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Morris Chair

The Joinery

The Morris Chair is a traditional Mission style occasional chair with a drop arm and wide slatted sides. It features a reclining peg system and can be made with leather or fabric. The Morris chair is available in all standard Joinery woods. All furniture from The Joinery is hand crafted in Portland Oregon using solid hardwood with traditional wood working techniques. Each piece is a timeless design and built to last forever.

Traditional Occasional Chair from The Joinery, Model: 301
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Model: 301

General Style: Traditional

Specific Style: Shaker, Arts and Crafts, Mission

Essential Properties: One-of-a-kind, Environmentally Green, Handmade

Material: Wood, Walnut, Hardwood, Leather (Also available in Oak, Maple, Mahogany, Bird's-eye Maple, Fabric, Exotic Wood, Cherry)

Color / Finish: Waxed, Green, Hand-applied, Oiled

Back Style: Exposed Frame Back, Loose Back

Cover: Removable Cover, Tight

Seat Style: Upholstered Seat, Tight Seat (Also available in Natural Fiber Seat)

Arm Style: Solid Arm

Construction: Mortise & Tenon Joinery, Hardwood, Corner-blocked, Double-doweled, Glued

Cushion: Poly-fiber, Foam (Also available in Down-blend, Down-filled)

Dimensions: 33" W x 40" D x 40" H

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