Handmade Windsor Chairs   Handmade Windsor Chairs
Reproduction, 18th Century Colonial
 
Bowback Side Chairs

Fanback Side Chairs

Sack-back Chairs w/Comb

Windsor Rockers

Continuous Arm Chairs

Birdcage Arm Chairs

Comb-back Chairs

Triple Bow Benches or Settees

Writing Arm Chairs

Youth Chairs

 
handmade windsor chair brochure
Handmade Windsor  ChairsHandmade Windsor chairs have been crafted by D.R. Dimes & Company for almost forty years. Over 100 styles of Windsor chairs from nearly every region of Colonial early America have been handmade during that time by this 18th-century Colonial American furniture shop. While Douglas Dimes has produced reproduction furniture, such as tiger maple furniture, beds, tables, chests and clocks for over twenty years, he is best known for his handcrafted reproduction Windsor Chairs residing in over twenty museums around the country. In many cases, D.R. Dimes Windsor chairs are copied more often than the original Windsor chairs after which they were designed.

From Philadelphia to New England, the competitive nature of Windsor chair makers spawned an astounding array of forms.

Visit americanwindsorchair.com for a pictorial study so that you may better understand the many types and regional styles of Colonial American Windsor chairs made during the 18th century.