Glacier Country Patio Chair

The perfect addition to the Montana Woodworks patio table, (Sold Separately) this chair is handcrafted using solid, American grown wood. In a set of four around the table or alone on the back porch, these chairs will provide hours of comfortable "Standard ergonomic" seating. Seat height is 18" at the front of the chair with a slight backward slope for all day comfort. Finished in the "Glacier Country" collection style for a truly unique, one-of-a-kind look reminiscent of the Grand Lodges of the Rockies, circa 1900. First we remove the outer bark while leaving the inner, cambium layer intact for texture and contrast. This item comes professionally finished with a premium grade exterior finish. Comes fully assembled. 20-year limited warranty included at no additional charge. Hand crafted in Montana, U.S.A.!

Handcrafted by the artisans of Montana Woodworks®, the Glacier Country Collection features solid, U.S. grown wood and genuine lodge pole pine accents. The Glacier Country Collection features a truly unique finish reminiscent of the Grand Lodges of the Rockies, circa 1900. Craftsmen remove the outer bark using old-fashioned draw knives while leaving the inner cambium layer intact for increased texture and contrast. The process is completed in a professional eight step process that applies stain and lacquer for a durable, low maintenance finish. Dark, rich hues and tones provide an extraordinary appearance!

  • Hand Crafted in Montana U.S.A.
  • Solid, U.S. grown genuine lodge pole pine wood
  • Unique, one-of-a-kind Glacier Country style.
  • Heirloom Quality
  • Durable Build, Fit and Finish
  • Each Piece Signed By The Artisan Who Makes It
  • Solid genuine lodge pole pine
  • Approved for Outdoor Use
  • 20 Year Limited Warranty

Material: U.S. Grown Genuine Lodge Pole Pine
Use: Outdoors
Dimensions: 19"W x 18"D x 36"H
Weight: 20 lbs
Finish: Exterior Stain Finish
SKU: MWGCEPC
Product Note: You may notice a range of natural slit-like cracks to larger/richer cracks that run the length of the log to the heart of the wood. This normal process is known as "checking" and does not affect the structural performance or integrity of the piece. These cracks add character and enhance the natural beauty of the piece.


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