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Continuous Arm

The New York City chair makers were the first to produce the Continuous Arm chair, circa 1790. It is believed to be the only eighteenth-century Windsor design originated outside of Philadelphia. The arched back pattern formed by the bow consists of a single piece of steam bent wood that sweeps forward at either side of the seat to form the arms. The seat is sculptured in the shield style with a tailpiece that allows for two additional spindles to support the bow.

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