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Annual Dining Sale

From now until February 21, 2016, we're offering 15% off on Thos. Moser handmade dining furniture.

To purchase, visit any of our showrooms, call 800.862.1973, or click to select an item at the right and then click the Add to Shopping Cart button. Enter promotional code FEB16 at checkout for 15% off sale price. Visit thosmoser.com/sale for our complete array of dining pieces that are sale priced.

Sale pricing applies to new orders only, and cannot be combined with other promotional offers or discounts. Sale price will be shown at final checkout when promotional code FEB16 is used. Sale ends February 21, 2016.



SPECIAL NOTE: The Catena Arm Chair has been selected for Pope Francis and four Cardinals to use during the Pope's visit to Philadelphia. CLICK HERE for details.

Good design is ageless. The graceful simplicity of this early Windsor chair form remains relevant and appealing after more than two centuries. Delicate in appearance, the Catena chair is sturdy enough for everyday use. Its hand-shaped crest is wedged at the corners and held in place with flexed ash spindles, while discrete knee braces provide support and eliminate the clutter of stretchers between the legs.

At the heart of every Catena Chair is, quite literally, a heart. To make the seat of each Catena Chair, it is first roughed out using a CNC router. Then the final shape is lovingly and painstakingly grinded and sanded to perfect smoothness using hand-and-eye by one of our master cabinetmakers. What most people never get to see is the heart shape that is left behind on each seat by the router, before it is sanded away by the cabinetmaker (click on image to enlarge)....

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