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Amish Mid Century Sedona Dining Chair
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Amish Mid Century Sedona Dining Chair

Amish Mid Century Sedona Dining Chair

Product ID:53106

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Dimensions & Specifications

Overall Leg Width: 18 1/4"
Overall Depth: 20"
Overall Height: 31"
Seat Height: 17 1/2"

Chair Seat and Back Wood:
Brown Maple Wood
Rustic Cherry Wood

Standard Features
Spindles & Legs in Ash Wood - Finish Will Be Different Shade Than Seat & Back Top Rail
Authentic Amish Hand-Craftsmanship
100% Solid Hardwood Construction
Made in America

Optional Features
Seat & Back Top Rail Wood
***Please note, leg post inlay will not be visible with paint finishes***
***This chair is for Residential Use Only**
***Not available for two-tone finishes. All parts must be finished the same. However, note Ash Wood spindles will have a lighter tone if chair is stained.

Delivery Cost & Lead Time

Quality takes time. This product is expected to be delivered in 20 to 22 weeks.
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Not only is it beautiful, it's constructed with superior standards. Enjoy this modern take on an old school classic. Pair with our Amish Sedona Dining Table for a match made in Amish furniture heaven, or furnish your current dining table for an eclectic look sure to spark conversation.

Spindles and legs are constructed of sturdy ash wood, which we like with a natural finish. For seat and back wood, choose from brown maple, rustic cherry, and rustic walnut woods. Rustic meets retro in just the right way! If you like this chair in the darker color combination (shown in an image above), order with OCS-113 Michael's on the seat and back and black paint on the spindles.

Let this fresh take on a classic design keep you open to reimagining the everyday. 

Made from 100% solid wood in the USA.

See more products from this woodshop: Contemporary Classics Collection