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Seymour Side Chair


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Kindel Grand Rapids
4047 Eastern Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49508

High Point Showroom

200 Steele Building
Suite 103
High Point, NC 27260

Master Works

Seymour Side Chair 83-082

These chairs have been adapted from the original settee made circa 1800 in Boston by Thomas Seymour. The originals are on display in the Montmorenci Stair Hall at the Winterthur Museum. Kindel has applied upholstery to the front of the chair back for added comfort and has remained faithful to the overall design. The top rail features complex construction with contrasting Satinwood veneer on the solid Mahogany crest rail. This treatment is also applied to the flaring legs and seat rails. Extensive hand-carved reeding, rosettes, and leaf carving adorn this chair. The back shows beautifully as the fabric reflects through the pierced splat. Spring seat construction.

Wood Species: Mahogany
COM Required: 1.5 yards
Dimensions Finishes, Fabrics, and Hardware Care Instructions
  • Width: 20.5" (52.07 cm)
  • Depth: 22.75" (57.785 cm)
  • Height: 36.25" (92.075 cm)
  • Arm Height: 0" (0 cm)
  • Seat Height: 20.5" (52.07 cm)

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About the Collection

Master Works

Timeless and Bold.

Inspired by pieces of American and European antiquity, the Master Works Collection features complex shapes, intricate carvings, and opulent design finishes. With refined luxury and classic beauty, these pieces are handcrafted for those who believe spaces should express their own tastes rather than follow set rules.

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