0 Stick Chairs for Sale

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The stick chairs are piling up in the shop, and more are in the works. So if you would like to have one for your home or office, read on. These ship anywhere in the continental United States via common carrier. Here are the details.

SOLD Red oak stick chair, $800 plus shipping

This chair is ideal for a sitter who is 5’9” or shorter. It sits fine for taller people, but the crest rail contacts the shoulder blades instead of hovering above them. The seat is 17-1/2” from the floor at the pommel. It slopes back to create a chair that is ideal for conversation – not for typing. The finish is organic linseed oil with beeswax, which has a nice matte appearance.

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Maple stick chair, $800 plus shipping SOLD

This chair is ideal for a sitter who is 5’9” or taller. It sits fine for shorter people, but the crest rail is designed for a taller individual. The seat is 17-3/4” from the floor at the pommel. It slopes back to create a chair that is ideal for conversation – not for typing. The finish is natural soap flakes, which creates a pleasant, smooth and lustrous finish.

Shipping Details
I box all my furniture in plywood crates to ensure they are protected. The crate is no extra charge. Shipping is via common carrier, which can be anywhere from $100 to $300, depending on your location and delivery details. I am also happy to deliver these chairs anywhere within a 100-mile radius of Cincinnati for no extra charge. Or you can pick it up at the storefront in Covington, Ky.

I am happy to answer questions about the chairs, but the first one to say “I’ll take it” gets it. Please contact me through my website via this link to ensure I see your message.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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8 Responses to 0 Stick Chairs for Sale

  1. nrhiller says:

    THAT MAPLE CHAIR. OMG.

  2. Dave Louw says:

    I’d love to see your approach to building plywood crates and packing furniture for shipping. It’s not the sexiest woodworking but it’s something that comes up a lot and I haven’t found a good approach. Maybe an article or blog post idea.

  3. Roger Benton says:

    I’ll take the maple chair if it’s not spoken for already.

  4. Edward Hopkins says:

    I keep wondering about desk chairs. Do you use any of your chairs at your desk, or do you opt for some kind of Herman Miller number? I’ve been using my staked back stool at home. It’s comfortable but I don’t sit in it very long. I’m thinking about building the four-legged chair and using it at work.

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