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Arbor Bow Morris Chair And Bow Ottoman Arbor Bow Morris Chair And Bow Ottoman
$ 4350.00 In stock
Product description: This Arbor Bow Arm Morris Chair, inspired by the beautiful Live Oak trees of Southern Florida and the wonderful surroundings of the Western North Carolina forests, is my take on the traditional Morris Chair. Having built traditional Morris Chairs in the past, this Morris Chair was designed to blend arts and craft with more of an art feel. Constructed of solid mortice and tenon jointery, solid steam bent arms and finished with a hand rubbed oil or lacquer finish. The Arbor Bow Armed Morris Chair follows the traditional Morris Chair design featuring three reclining positions and is as comfortable as it is pleasing to the eye. Down and feather blend cushions are crafted to give pleasure and withstand more than a lifetime. Price varies on your fabric choice but the chair sells for $3380 plus fabric and the ottoman for $725 plus fabric. Price includes upholstery. Price range $4,150 - $4,750 for both pieces Brian Brace Fine Furniture Black Mountain, NC 828-777-8184
 
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$4350.00 USD

Arbor Bow Morris Chair And Bow Ottoman

Furniture by Brian Brace Fine Furniture

  • Shipping: Shipping Included Anywhere
  • Product ID#: 199525
  • Dimensions: 33" width x39" height x39" depth
  • Weight: 125
  • Materials: Other Materials, Ink, Other Materials

Artwork Description: This Arbor Bow Arm Morris Chair, inspired by the beautiful Live Oak trees of Southern Florida and the wonderful surroundings of the Western North Carolina forests, is my take on the traditional Morris Chair. Having built traditional Morris Chairs in the past, this Morris Chair was designed to blend arts and ...
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I began my furniture maker apprenticeship under a local master furniture maker in Vermont while still in high school. Upon completing the required 8000 hour furnituremaker apprenticeship program, I became the first to achieve Vermont State certification. My 5 year journeymanship followed, beginning in Vermont and extending to Naples, FL. Finally, in 2004, my dream of being a Master furnituremaker came true when I opened my first shop in Naples, FL. In 2010, I expanded that dream by relocating back to the forests, this time, in the Western North Carolina town of...read more