Matching double-combback Windsor chairs made by A.W. Marlow in 1976. I commissioned him to make the chairs, which are signed underneath the seat. Mr Marlow, who lived in York, Pa., wrote several books on the construction of American colonial furniture. The chairs show usual wear from occasional use, and they are structurally sound. Construction woods include poplar (seat), maple (stretchers), ash/hickory (spindles, crest, arms). Mr Marlow hand-carved the "ears" of the crests and "knuckles" of the arms. The chairs have been kept in a child, smoke, and pet free home. They would look good in a colonial home. Only sold by the pair, $1200/BO, cash only.
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