|Bottom of Hand Cane Chair
This is Hand Cane. It has holes drilled around the seat frame. If you turn the chair upside down, you will see the caneing
come trorugh one hole and back up the next.We price this by the holes in the seat frame. A hand cane chair can take 6=8 hours
or more to complete.
To measure for splint, rush or other seats of similar materials, it's measured [for seats] across the front from leg to
front leg front leg
This measurement in inches times the cost per inch gives you the price.
An average chair should be 16-18 inches, a arm chair can be 20-22.
This is a splint seat. This seat is woven with flat reed. Oak and Ash may also be used and all come in various widths.
All may be stained to match another seat or to give an antique look. Splint is priced by the inch measured across the widest
points, usually across the front legs, outside to outside.Chair shown has no stain or finish to show the natural look.