The Sullivan Dining Chair represents the essence of sturdiness, fine cabinetmaking, and elegant solid hardwood construction. Notice its attractive slats and its clean lines – all trademarks of the Mission style. We offer the Sullivan as a side chair and an armchair. And this begs the question: which arm-chair and side-chair combination will you use around your dining table?
Just a glance at the Sullivan Dining Chair leads you to think that this is one well-built chair. Your hunch is correct. Because the best cabinetmakers in the Midwest painstakingly handcraft each chair. In fact, these craftsmen are Amish. And they build with quality regional hardwoods. Like cherry, maple, walnut, hickory and quarter-sawn white oak (shown with FC 10672 stain).
In addition, our builders utilize tried-and-proven woodworking techniques handed down from their ancestors. Like sturdy mortise and tenon joints. No wonder the Sullivan Dining Chairs you order will be so well built! In fact, with proper care, they should last for generations to come.
You can complement the Sullivan Dining Chair with Sullivan bar stools for your kitchen breakfast counter or in-home bar.
Also, the Sullivan Chair is available as shown or unfinished. Or, we can customize it to your needs and desires. For example, you can choose the wood species and finish.
Typically, we should finish building your furniture within five to nine weeks after we receive your order. At that time, you can pick up your chairs at our ‘brick-and-mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana. Or we can ship your fine Amish furniture to your home anywhere in the continental United States.
How to Order the Sullivan Dining Chair
For a quote, click on the “Customize This Product” link. Then, tell us your choices for the wood species/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.