Woody’s handmade chairs are not for everyone.
It takes a particular kind of person to value craftsmanship handed down, generation to generation, for over 200 years. To appreciate the time and commitment required to custom build each chair specifically for the customer who has ordered it.
Woody’s chairs can be found on display in the Smithsonian and the Metropolitan Museum of Fine Art, as cherished heirlooms from the Kennedy White House and in homes all over the world where quality and tradition are valued.
Each chair is made from locally sourced American hardwoods and constructed without using glue or nails. Your Woody chair will last for your lifetime and for that of your children.
No, Woody’s chairs are not for everyone. But what about you? Are you ready for us to start crafting yours?