Oak dining chair

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These chairs were made to accompany the oak table previously described. The wedged through mortice and tenons on the rails are a common arts and crafts feature, especially the wedges in a contrasting wood. However these joints have to be cut with care. They are saying “look at me” and if they are not cut crisply the maker’s skills are in doubt! This article appeared in Furniture and Cabinetmaker issue 149.

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