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Master Oak Dining Chair

Stock# DRHL00081

Shown In Quartersawn White Oak
Starting Price in Red Oak / See pulldown for all pricing

This American, handmade Master Quartersawn Oak Dining Chair features solid 1/4 sawn White Oak construction and boasts a beautiful warm Mission cherry finish. Ergonomically designed, the curved back of this sturdy chair is crafted to accommodate the natural curve of the spine, thereby providing excellent comfort. Built according to the traditional woodworking standards of Amish craftsmen, this chair exemplifies the standards of heirloom quality furniture and is bound to last for generations.
Shown in a Mission Cherry finish.

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Master Oak Dining Chair

Stock# DRHL00081

$309.95
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Dimensions

18-1/2W x 40H x 20-1/2D

Product Weight

25 lbs.
Shown In Quartersawn White Oak
Starting Price in Red Oak / See pulldown for all pricing

This American, handmade Master Quartersawn Oak Dining Chair features solid 1/4 sawn White Oak construction and boasts a beautiful warm Mission cherry finish. Ergonomically designed, the curved back of this sturdy chair is crafted to accommodate the natural curve of the spine, thereby providing excellent comfort. Built according to the traditional woodworking standards of Amish craftsmen, this chair exemplifies the standards of heirloom quality furniture and is bound to last for generations.
Shown in a Mission Cherry finish.

View all our dining room chairs.


*Product picture may not reflect actual price. Please use pull down (when available) to determine your price. Colors and finishes may vary depending on your monitor.

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