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I built these a while back. They are built from treated southern yellow pine. I have probably sold at least 200 sets of these over the last few years. They are my design, using the best I’ve seen from others. The main framework is out of 2×4 and 2×6 with 5/4×6 for the arms and 1×4and 1×2 slats. I designed the footrest to match and they will actually balance without touching the chair or bench on a flat surface. The backs of the chairs have a contour and the bench has a contour on each side of the back. The people in them are high school kids that worked for me.





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daveintexas

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#1 posted 1891 days ago

The chairs and the foot rests look great.
Couple of questions:\
How did you attach all the parts of the chair? Screws? Glue and nails ??
Also, did you use any finish like marine varnish?
And would you mind sharing the price you sell them for?
(If you dont want to make it publis, would you mind sending it to me in a PM).

Thanks
Dave

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a1Jim

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#2 posted 1891 days ago

Great chairs and tables well done

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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James Richardson

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#3 posted 1884 days ago

Im also curious as to the price you ask for the chairs
PM me?

Thanks

-- JR.

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