Our chairs are the mirror image of a human form, an ideal in negative...
the subject of sculpture for millennia.
By careful handwork we bring the form to life.
A machine can make a continuous shape of constant profile.
A craftsman can sculpt an intersecting shape of changing profile.
We carry the plane of the crest rail onto, through, and out of the back legs to create a play of light and shadow.
The arm of our rocking chair appears to grow out of the back leg.
(And the strength of that connection rivals that of limb to trunk.)