Set of four cherry dining chairs made by William Laberge Cabinetmaker of Wells, VT, in the Arts-and-Crafts period style of Greene and Greene. Each meticulously hand crafted chair was signed on the lower inside back September 22 1997 along with his signature and that of three assistant cabinetmakers. Made from the finest perfectly matched solid American cherry with a silken finish, the chairs are absolutely gorgeous, strong and comfortable. The sides and back slats are very slightly tapered and set with ebony square pegs. Dimensions: 41" H at back; 17.5" H to seat frame; 19.5" H to seat cushions; 16" D; and 17.5" W. Both strong and comfortable. A quote from Mr. Laberge: "My furniture is made in the spirit of the Arts-and-Crafts movement. I take my inspiration from the Craftsman philosophy of high quality materials and workmanship and from the same timeless Asian designs that inspired Greene and Greene in their Pasadena Bungalows....each piece is custom made.... embellishments include a variety of inlays including ebony and silver, hand carved components and a meticulous hand rubbed finish."