Product number: N1712A-WVB-26725
- Solid Hardwood Construction
- Turned Front Legs
- Side or Arm Chair
- Curved Rear Legs
- Available Unfinished
- Side Chair: 19 W x 18 D x 37 H
- Arm Chair: 23 1⁄2 W x 18 D x 37 H
The Harvest Chair brings a traditional design to your dining room – with a twist. We offer three eye-catching options for the front feet. The Trotter style is straight. While the Bellville and Farmhouse legs are turned, with the Bellville having bun feet.
The Harvest Chair comes as a side chair or an arm chair. So you’ll have fun surrounding your dining table with your favorite combination of arm and side chairs. Also, you can enhance the comfort and upscale look of the chair by requesting an upholstered leather or fabric seat. And we have several leather and numerous fabric options to choose from.
Like the Harvest look? Complement this chair with the Harvest desk chair, complete with easy-to-roll casters.
Everything about the Harvest Chair speaks to its great cabinetmaking. In fact, the best cabinetmakers in the Midwest painstakingly handcraft each chair. These craftsmen are Amish. And they use quality regional hardwoods. Like cherry, hickory, walnut, elm, maple and oak. (The unit shown is quarter-sawn white oak with Michael’s Cherry Stain.) So the Harvest Chair is more than just sturdy and durable. It’s heirloom-quality!
You can order the Harvest Chair as shown or unfinished. Or, we’ll build it to your specs. Just tell us your preferences. Such as the wood specie and finish. Also, tell us if you’d like a wood, leather or fabric seat.
How to Order the Harvest Chair
For a quote, click on the “Customize This Product” link. Then, tell us your choices for the wood specie/finish and other options. Also, to make your selections easier, click on the “Customize” drop-down button. And check out the options for stains and finishes plus other features. In addition, click the “Get Your Customized Quote” button. Live relatively close to Shipshewana, Indiana? Visit our store. And explore our wide assortment of quality, Amish-built, solid hardwood furniture for yourself.