Charleston Regency Chippendale Counter Stool by Stanley Furniture
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Charleston Regency Chippendale Counter Stool
by Stanley Furniture
At A Glance:
The elegant Chippendale Counter Stool speaks to its heritage with turned back splats and intricately carved front legs. A nickel-finished scuff plate thoughtfully protects the front stretcher, which can be used as a footrest. This beautiful counter-height stool epitomizes Stanley Furniture's quality and craftsmanship.
- Turned back splats and finials
- Intricate carving on front legs
- Curved back legs
- Tapered feet in front
- Glides help protect flooring
- Nickel-finished scuff plate on front stretcher/footrest
Materials & Measurements
Materials: Crafted from solid mahogany with poplar veneers
Weight: 27 pounds
About The Manufacturer
Located in the furniture mecca of High Point, North Carolina, Stanley is in the business of creating. They don't simply create furniture - they also create a lifestyle and an entire look. Each piece of furniture they manufacture is part of a greater whole, a series that - when put together - makes your home look like a professional decorator has been involved.
Stanley creates their stylish furniture using only the finest-grade woods and high-quality, well crafted joints and hardware. Their hand-crafted designs - both solid wood and veneer on a solid wood core - focus on grain quality and a superior cut for a result that is remarkable in its quality. Stanley's wood is air dried for up to six months, depending on thickness, and then further drained of moisture in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. The result? Stable, well-acclimated furniture that is as dependable in dry climates as it is in humid regions.
When each piece of Stanley furniture is ready to be finished, it goes through a 30-step process. Stanley's process results in a durable, lustrous finish. Even the pieces that are antiqued or distressed are given protective coatings by hand at the end of the process. Then, as a final step, they are hand waxed and rubbed before final inspection. Stanley is rigorous in their inspection process to ensure that you receive only the best furniture for your home.