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Amish Conestoga Windsor Dining Chair

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Amish Conestoga Windsor Dining Chair

Lancaster Collection

The Conestoga features a double spreader bar and a unique and interesting design in the back. The side chair is especially narrow, perfect for smaller places. Choose the Conestoga Windsor Dining Chair to transform your kitchen or dining room into a thing of beauty. With its homey look and its decoratively carved back, the Conestoga is a uniquely crafted masterpiece.  At DutchCrafters, all of our Windsor dining room chairs are steam bent and feature a molded seat and tilt back.

Our Conestoga Windsor Chair is named for the Conestoga River that runs through Amish Country in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  Our Lancaster Collection is made near the Conestoga River, which has nourished this Amish farming community for generations.  Skilled Amish chair makers have been building Windsor chairs for decades not far from the banks of this river.

Solid wood Windsor dining chairs originated in England, but have been a part of American history as well - especially in New England.  With DutchCrafters Amish made Windsor chairs, you are purchasing a durable, beautiful chair that is also made in America.


Side Chair Dimensions:
Height: 40"
Width: 20"
Depth: 22 ½"
Seat Height: 18"
Seat Depth: 16 ½"

Arm Chair Dimensions:
Height: 40"
Width: 23 ½"
Depth: 22 ½"
Seat Height: 18"
Seat Depth: 16 ½"
Arm Height: 26"
Arm Width: 18"

Available in Oak Only.

Finish Packages:
- Stained
- Painted
- Regular Semi Gloss Conversion Varnish
- Flat Matte Sheen Conversion Varnish
- Light Distressing - Customers can expect to receive glazing to replicate a rich natural patina, light distressing, slightly eased edges, nicks and extensive pinholes in the furniture.
-Heavy Distressing - Our ultimate antique finish. Rub-through of the rich patina are masterfully punctuated with another level of extensive nicks, pin holes, eased edges, simulated cracks and other distressing techniques to bespeak several centuries of robust wear and loving care.

Shipping & Lead Time

Quality Takes Time – Typical Build Time for This Piece is 10 to 12 weeks.
*Please allow additional time for complex finishes, upholstered items, and delivery.

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