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Greene and Greene Arbor Morris Chair Greene and Greene Arbor Morris Chair
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Product description: This is the newest Morris Chair I released at the 30th Arts and Crafts Conference in February at the Grove Park Inn show this year! It is made out of Sapele and Ebony with a dye stain and a hand rubbed lacquer finish. I have had this chair in my head for 3 years and with owning a business of making furniture it is hard to fit in new pieces as the business grows. I just built dining room chairs for a Henry Greene original house in California and will feature them soon. Thank you all for looking and is nice to share and show. I would love you to Please follow me on Instagram at Brian Brace Fine Furniture! $4200 Fabric is extra and as shown $4800.00 plus shipping Brian Brace Fine Furniture BrianBraceFineFurniture.com
 
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$4200.00 USD

Greene and Greene Arbor Morris Chair

Furniture by Brian Brace Fine Furniture

  • Shipping: $300.00
  • Product ID#: 211759
  • Dimensions: 33" width x40" height x42" depth
  • Weight: 50
  • Materials: Wood
  • Subject: Landscape
  • Style: Abstract, Architectural, Contemporary, Decorative, Modern, Vintage

Artwork Description: This is the newest Morris Chair I released at the 30th Arts and Crafts Conference in February at the Grove Park Inn show this year! It is made out of Sapele and Ebony with a dye stain and a hand rubbed lacquer finish. I have had this chair in my head for 3 years and with owning a business of making furniture it is hard to fit in new pieces as the business grows. I just built dining room chairs for a Henry Greene original house in California and will feature them soon. Thank you all for looking and is nice to share and show.
I would love you to Please follow me on Instagram at Brian Brace Fine Furniture!

$4200
Fabric is extra and as shown $4800.00 plus shipping

Brian Brace
Fine Furniture
BrianBraceFineFurniture.com

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