Country chair, usually with a saddle seat, hoop back and simple turned legs.
A chair with a solid seat into which the legs and members of the back (spindles) are wedged. An eighteenth- and nineteenth-century form.
A type of chair that is constructed with spindles joined to a back rail in various ways, a saddle seat, and turned splayed legs.
straight chair having a shaped seat and a back of many spindles
a classic wooden chair characterized by a high-spoked back, outward-sloped legs
a spindle-backed, turned legged chair with a saddle or rush seat
A country chair with solid, shaped seats, into which the leg and back assembly is doweled.
A popular 19th century wooden chair with spindle backs shaped in fans, hoops or combs.
A type of wooden chair with a spindle back.
type of country chair with a spindle back and legs
A style of wooden chair originating in the early 1700's, which is still very popular today that features a spindle back shaped in fans, hoops or combs. This style was named for Windsor Castle but gained true popularity in America. Woods used included birch, pine, hickory, ash, maple and oak. Find dining room chairs.
A wooden chair with a bentwood, fan, hoops or bow back and legs which are pegged into a thick saddle seat. The back is often formed of plain or turned spindles with or without splats.
a wooden chair with a spindle back, pegged or slanted legs, and a seat that?s slightly hollowed-out or flat. It may or may not have arms.
Style of spindle-backed chair which seems to have originated around Windsor Castle in England some time around 1700, and unusual in that it was first made by wheelwrights or turners instead of cabinetmakers. Characterized by a back frame bent into a hoop, and splayed legs pegged directly into the seat instead of being framed with aprons. The English Windsor's back suggests the spokes of a wheel. The American colonists developed the style much further, producing a chair of excellent strength, lightness, comfort, and ease of manufacture. Sometimes painted and sometimes left unfinished, the chairs appeared in many combinations of woods and with infinite variations of comb, fan, hoop, and bow backs.
A style of chair originating near Windsor castle circa 1710 possibly from wheel-makers. Windsor chairs had a bent wood back frame with a back that has a pierced spline flanked with shaped spindles. It was also a popular 19th century wooden chair style.
The Windsor chair can be defined as any chair that is built with a wooden seat into which are fixed the backrest and undercarriage. Typically, the backrest is formed of steam bent pieces of wood.