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Homestead Deck Chair

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From Montana Woodworks®, the largest manufacturer of handcrafted, heirloom quality rustic furnishings in America comes the Homestead Collection line of furniture products. Handcrafted in the mountains of Montana using solid, American grown wood, the artisans rough saw all the timbers and accessory trim pieces for a look uniquely reminiscent of the timber-framed homes once found on the American frontier. Add the beauty of rustic furniture to your deck or patio with this delightful deck chair. You are sure to spend hours unwinding and watching the sun set from this elegant piece. This durable chair will last for generations to come. Using the tried and true method of mortise and tenon joinery, the artisans at Montana Woodworks® assemble each piece by hand. Some assembly required. This item is sold "ready to finish" i.e., it is ready for the purchaser to stain. 20-year limited warranty is included at no additional charge.

Handcrafted by the artisans of Montana, the Homestead Collection of fine rustic furniture features timbers and trim pieces similar reminiscent of a timber framed home on the American frontier. Made in Montana, U.S.A. with solid, American grown wood.

  • Hand Crafted in Montana U.S.A.
  • Solid, U.S. grown genuine lodge pole pine wood
  • Timbers and Trim Pieces are Sawn Square for Rustic Timber Frame / Barn wood Design Appearance
  • Heirloom Quality
  • Durable Build, Fit and Finish
  • Each Piece Signed By The Artisan Who Makes It
  • Solid genuine lodge pole pine
  • Sold "Ready To Finish" - Exterior Finish Must Be Applied Before Used Outdoors
  • 20 Year Limited Warranty

Material: U.S. Grown Genuine Lodgepole Pine
Use: Outdoors
Dimensions: 30"W x 30"D x 37"H, Seat height 17.5" x Seat width 22.5" x Seat depth 17"
Weight: 60 lbs
Finish: Ready to Finish, Clear Exterior Finish, Exterior Stain
SKU: MWHCDC, MWHCDCV, MWHCDCSL
Assembly: Some assembly required
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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