Anna Liffey Side Chair
Inspired by a chair that Charles found in the family flour mill in Ireland many years ago, this chair incorporates the “fork back” detail found on that original.
Anna Liffey was the name of the mill that sits on the River Liffey that flows into the center of Dublin, seven miles away.
The Anna Liffey collection is characterized by a delicate “x” that repeats itself in a linear pattern. The end result is a design that has enormous delicacy and finesse. In its smaller version, it appears like a fretwork or frill. Hand-carved beads on back and hand-carved curls on arm make this chair our most refined design.
Double welting around the bottom edge
Hand-carved beads on back
Hand-carved curls on arm
American Black Walnut
Each piece of our furniture is handmade by one of our exceptional craftspeople in the traditional manner from beginning to end. From rough milling, to shaping with hand tools, to the waxing of the finished piece, each maker coordinates mind, body, and tools to create classic designs with unmistakable character -- heirlooms to last for generations.