This list is a guide to give you an idea of how much your project will cost. All prices are estimates and subject to change based on variations in complexity and materials.
Hand caning is priced based on the number of pre-drilled caning holes in the seat’s or back’s wooden frame. (see example below)
All other weaving styles are priced based on the diagonal measurement of the seat or back from one corner to the opposite corner of the caned or woven area. For round pressed cane seats, the price is based on the diameter of the caned area. (see examples below)
Strand caning using the seven-step method
Pressed cane, machine cane, or cane webbing
Paper fiber rush
Herringbone pattern woven with splints or flat reed
Herringbone pattern woven with 6 mm wide cane
Strong 3-ply fiber product
Cotton webbing woven like splint seats
Minor restoration, repairs, and re-staining available, contact me for a custom quote.
I do not do upholstery work.