At the workshop in Auburn, Maine, master craftsman Warren Shaw glues and clamps together three pieces of cherry to make a panel that will form the seat of a Continuous Arm Chair. The artisans sometimes call the piece “TMC”­—Thos. Moser Continuous—for short.  Photo 1 of 19 in Watch: It Takes 9 Hours For Woodworkers to Make This Shaker-Inspired Chair

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At the workshop in Auburn, Maine, master craftsman Warren Shaw glues and clamps together three pieces of cherry to make a panel that will form the seat of a Continuous Arm Chair. The artisans sometimes call the piece “TMC”­—Thos. Moser Continuous—for short.

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