Chair

Wood turned pieces have been used for furniture from the beginning of turning. Making a wood turned chair is a wonderful way to acknowledge the history of the chair and to end up with a wonderful functional item.

 

A Four-Post Turned ChairA Four-Post Turned Chair
By: Tom Rettie
In this project, Tom shows us how he makes a chair similar in design to those made in the 14th to 16 centuries. Tom uses a homemade flywheel treadle lathe keeping in tune with the time period. This is a wonderful Renaissance piece and a great project to make.

 

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