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This wonderful dining/side chair is as comfortable as it is unique. Handcrafted using small diameter lodge pole logs harvested in Montana and completed with a solid wood laminated seat, this log dining chair is designed to last for generations. This chair incorporates the tried and true mortise and tenon joinery system that has served as a symbol of durability for millennia. Seat height is 18". Finished in the "Glacier Country" collection style for a truly unique, one-of-a-kind look reminiscent of the Grand Lodges of the Rockies, circa 1900. First we remove the outer bark while leaving the inner, cambium layer intact for texture and contrast. Then the finish is completed in an eight step, professional spraying process that applies stain and lacquer for a beautiful, long lasting finish. Comes fully assembled. 20-year limited warranty included at no additional charge.
Handcrafted by the artisans of Montana Woodworks®, the Glacier Country Collection features solid, U.S. grown wood and lodge pole pine accents. The Glacier Country Collection features a truly unique finish reminiscent of the Grand Lodges of the Rockies, circa 1900. Craftsmen remove the outer bark using old-fashioned draw knives while leaving the inner cambium layer intact for increased texture and contrast. The process is completed in a professional eight step process that applies stain and lacquer for a durable, low maintenance finish. Dark, rich hues and tones provide an extraordinary appearance!
Hand Crafted in Montana U.S.A.
Solid, U.S. grown wood
Unique, one-of-a-kind Glacier Country style.
20 Year Limited Warranty - See Packaging for details
Durable Build, Fit and Finish
Each Piece Signed By The Artisan Who Makes It
Solid Lodge Pole Pine
Contoured, Comfortable Seat and Slat Style Back Increases Comfort
"All log furniture is subject to the natural process of "checking". Checking or cracking occurs when the wood releases moisture during the natural drying process and often occurs across the annual growth rings. Checking does not affect the structural performance or the integrity of the wood. Checking is NOT a defect in log furniture."