Enfield Dining Chair
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ENFIELD DINING CHAIR

This style of dining chair was first made by Brother Micajah Tucker in 1834 and was used in the dining rooms at both Shaker villages in New Hampshire--Canterbury and Enfield. No doubt the Shakers were well satisfied--the wood seat allows for easy clean up and the chair slides under a table when not in use. Seat is solid Eastern white pine. Turnings and back slat are hard maple.

Shown in Red Mahogany Stain with Lacquer Finish, like the originals.

Available as an unfinished kit and a "made to order" finished piece. Please select the stain of your choice (below).

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Description
Stock #
Price     
QTY
 
Enfield Dining Chair
Kit
Please specify stain selection below.
K165
$223.75      
 
 
Enfield Dining Chair
Finished—Made to Order
Please specify stain or paint selection below.
F165
$392.50 ($20.)