I would like to personally welcome you to our website. I hope you enjoy your visit as you browse through the gallery of photos displaying my handcrafted furniture. I look forward to building an heirloom piece for you or just talking “Winsors”.

Correct Windsor chairs and accessories are truly reminiscent of colonial America.  Eighteenth century chair-makers created chairs of the utmost grace and design.  In 1917, Wallace Nutting sought to replicate these exquisite chairs; we are proud to continue the tradition.

The Windsor chair is of simple design while expressing the utmost of graceful form. Prior to the Industrial Revolution, one could find a Windsor chair-maker in most large eastern towns and in fact, as far west as the Mississippi River.

Today, antique Windsors are rare, highly prized and expensive, my chairs are reproductions offered as an alternative. I am a collector of antique Windsors and a member of the Society of American Period Furniture Makers.

There is no finer chair, than a hand-turned bench-made Windsor chair built with the same traditional methods and tools used by our forefathers. For your protection, each piece of Windsor furniture leaving my shop is branded with my name and dated with four numerals of the year built.  A paper label of authenticity is also attached.

Period Windsors Chairs & Accessories

Recently exhibited at the Merry Meeting Show in Historic New Harmony Indiana.

This show/sale was exclusive to traditional FOLK ART. The presenting artists were those selected to be recognized in the Early American Life magazine’s directory.