Windsor Chairs
and other heirloom quality pieces
Handmade from wood
by Cecil Robertson
Handmade in Missouri, USA


Artist Statement

See and Buy

Chair Repairs
Chair Class Schedule
Windsor Continuous Arm Chair
Windsor Continuous Arm Settee
New York City Side Chair
How I make Windsor Chairs
Coin Displays
Boxes, Bowls and Depth Guage
Civil War Benches & Ammo Boxes
Shows and Demos
Awards and Recognition
Favorite Links
My Diaplay Booth

Turned Treasures Gallery & School of Woodturning Jon and Laura Spelbring have a wonderful art gallery full of wood turnings of every shape and size. You are sure to find something that will be perfect for that special gift or for that special spot in your home.

The Windsor Chair Shop http://thewindsorchairshop.net Ralph and Carron Quick make a large selection of Windsor Chairs and other items.

ASL Pewter: http://www.aslpewter.com Thomas and Patricia Hooper make a wide selection of pewter tableware, household and personal items with original designs inspired by tradition, mythology and folklore.

Holz Custom Leather Works: http://www.holzcustomleatherworks.com Duane Holz makes leather cases for all of my woodworking tools and a variety of other leather goods.

I am a member of:

Best of Missouri Hands is a nonprofit corporation "dedicated to the development and recognition of Missouri's arts and artisans through education, interaction, and encouragement."

Woodturners of St. Louis The St. Louis area chapter of the American Association of Woodturners.

St. Louis Woodworkers Guild The SLWG seeks to improve the craftsmanship of its members through monthly meetings with instructional presentations by members and outside experts.

International Wood Collectors SocietyInternational Wood Collectors Society Founded in 1947, the International Wood Collectors Society is a non-profit Society devoted to distributing information on collecting wood, correctly identifying and naming wood specimens, and using wood in creative crafts.

Society of American Period Furniture Makers As a member of SAPFM, you will receive American Period Furniture, the Society’s annual publication featuring how-to articles related to all aspects of furniture-making including tools, techniques, planning, design, and the history of the craft and its makers.

Last updated on October 2, 2015


Last updated:
October 2, 2015


To order, contact: Cecil Robertson                      314-605-1410
           Located in St. Charles County, Missouri