Solid Cherry Amish Crafted Heartland Arm Chair with Black Fabric Seat
- Your Price: $459.99
- Retail: $699.00
- You Save: $239.01
Amish Crafted Heirloom Heritage arm chair shown with black fabric seat. Back posts are steam bent for optimum comfort. Also available in maple or Quartersawn oak. Wood, fabric or leather (extra) seat. Natural finish.
All Borkholder pieces are heirloom crafted in the heart of Amish country and their timeless designs and techniques have been used for centuries. By using tongue and groove tops, ship-lap solid wood backs and sign and dating each piece, you can be assured that each piece is built to withstand your lifetime. This collection of pieces is constructed of solid wood with solid wood drawer interiors. The Amish Classic collection is mounted on a solid wood center mounted drawer glide and can be upgraded to a full-extension stainless steel soft-close, self-closing drawer glide. All drawer boxes are constructed of solid wood with English dovetail joinery. Backs that are visible from the front are solid wood ship-lap construction. Tops are tongue and groove which makes them incredibly strong and durable. Available in maple, cherry or Quartersawn oak. Most Borkholder pieces may be customized. Choose your top profile, foot, door style, leg style, color, sheen, hardware and more! Visit our Redwood City showroom to view the collection and see all your options.
Fully Assembled. No particle board. Made in the USA. Manufacturer: Borkholder.
The Amish Classics Dining Collection features:
- Solid wood construction
- Tongue and Groove tops
- Solid wood table slides
- Storage pieces feature solid wood drawer boxes with English dovetail joinery
- Drawers can be mounted on wood slides or self-closing ball-bearing slides
- Chairs come in choice of wood, fabric or leather seats
- Choose your wood, Cherry, Quartersawn White Oak, Maple, or Poplar
- Choose your color
- Customize the molding, base, door style
More about Borkholder Furniture
Borkholder furniture is Amish crafted furniture since 1981. By using time tested building techniques, such as tongue and groove tops and drawer interiors crafted from the same type of wood as the case, the furniture sets itself up to become a valuable heirloom that will be treasured by family for many years. Each piece is signed and dated by the craftsman.