Queen Anne Chair Building Process by Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers

Queen Anne Chair Building Process by Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers

Chair making video. This video shows the making of a set of Chairs that are reproduced from an original Queen Anne Chair attributed to William Savery of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania around 1750. These Chairs are handmade and shaped using a variety of hand tools similar to how the originals would have been made. The seat is a hand twisted, natural cat tail rush seat that is made and weaved as they originally were. The chairs are made of solid maple with very light figure to match the original.
At Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers we make fine custom and reproduction furniture to order with a focus on quality and a meticulous attention to detail. We combine those attributes with the finest hardwoods available today on each and every piece of furniture we make. Visit our website for more information.

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BalancedLugger - November 28, 2014

Absolutely beautiful work.

Fletcher Handcrafted Guitars - November 28, 2014

Stunning work !  That was a pleasure to watch

    laurahristo - November 1, 2015

    I follow them too, what a craftsmanship… I watch few videos a week over and over….

Denis Skorski - November 28, 2014

Thank you! Seeing your video is always like an eating in a fine cuisine restaurant.

Andrew Klein - November 28, 2014

Amazing video and project, I like the fast forward and stop motion techniques that were used to tell the story of the build.

Mark White - November 29, 2014

You make it all look so easy, the sign of a great craftsman.

Sebastian Jakobs - December 1, 2014

Making Furniture Like A Boss! Absolutly Amazing!

miljanc - December 1, 2014

Beautiful, thank you for the video.

Sarullo Pens - December 1, 2014

Insane as always.  Bravo Matthew.

JY Chin - December 2, 2014

What a skill!

Like others very interested in the spokeshaves, can you show what are you using? Especially the one with acrylic plate?

Kimchi Bologna - December 2, 2014

Your videos are still my favorite things on youtube.

Javeg HdezD - December 3, 2014

It’s amazing and so relaxing to watch, awesome skills 😀

Barry Manilowa - December 10, 2014

Did anyone hear “bababooey” in 1:28-1:29? Totally weird!

    mygreencontribution - December 14, 2014

    I thought I heard that.  Maybe Stern ordered the chairs and that was part of the deal…

    Barry Manilowa - December 15, 2014

    I have to say the guitar playing is quite good. I wonder who plays it.

Sergey Fedotov - December 17, 2014

Слов нет, насколько восхитительны и процесс и результат!!!

    yaşar Mevlüt - June 17, 2018

    Sergey Fedotov присоединяюсь

Fine Woodworking of South Carolina - December 25, 2014

Exceptional build.  Excellent work.

    toni iliev - December 27, 2014

    невероятна изработка  само с ръчни инструменти.Трябва да си много добър за да постигнещ такива резултати.Това е и практика.БРАВО!

deaf drummer - January 25, 2015

3 dislikes? lol
ty for perfect video

tiopablete - March 5, 2015

Awesome job !!
The video very well made and edited even better !!
I wonder what wood used and how long it takes each

Matthew Masail - May 13, 2015

I love watching your videos, just pure haven to hand tool workers and lovers! I noticed you chisel bevel is a complete mirror, and your tools cut so beautiful. Could you share which stones you use andor any other sharpening tip you might deem important?

arun patela - May 23, 2015

This guy has amazing skills & good control of hand tools,great i love to watch your projects.Have a drink on me

igorok89 - July 21, 2015

beautiful chairs

Sean Henderson - February 11, 2016

Fantastic video! Your video was as well crafted as your chairs. Great music and a true pleasure to watch. Thank you for sharing!

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