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Hand made chair

Discussion in 'Creative, Hobby and Skills Forum' started by InTheWind, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. InTheWind

    InTheWind Pro Poster

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    I posted this chair i made a ways back, does anyone remember what they were called.

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  2. Jessie

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    :scratch: I dont remember the chair...
     
  3. kay-gee

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    No Deacons bench that's for sure! lol

    all the best...
     
  4. CoreIssue

    CoreIssue Administrator Staff Member

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    I remember the chair but not the name.
     
  5. Chrystalwuzhere

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    Whoa!!!! Now that is a chair!

    I would love to have one like it.

    You sure are gifted, Wind. :nod:

    I love the cross you made for me.
     
  6. InTheWind

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    Here`s another one that my mother painted and stuck some decals on.
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  7. Jessie

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    :scratch::scratch:

    I still dont get it.

    it would seem that the back would break sitting in it.... :scratch:
     
  8. City

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    Thats a cool piece of history! I never knew what the first chairs looked like. This style must go way back. My husband says he remembers the style from boy scouts.
     
  9. InTheWind

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    It`s strong being made from 2 inch wood. They come apart and lay flat so they could be carried in the bottom of a covered wagon.
    I have seen them at rendezvous covered with furs also, i can`t remember what they`er call so i can`t find any history about them. :scratch:
     
  10. Jessie

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    hummmm :scratch:

    interesting that they carried them in the bottom of a covered wagon!
    so these are part of the old times....:):
     
  11. InTheWind

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    That`s why i`m trying too find out what they were called so i can find some history about them, so far all i have found is one like it called a plank chair.
     

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