Windsor Heritage Documentaries and Articles

Tony Peirce, the owner and chair maker from Windsor Heritage has been the subject of a number of documentaries and articles that highlight techniques he uses in the construction of Windsor chairs. Why not spend a few minutes to watch the documentary or read the articles!

Canadian Woodworking Magazine Part I

Part I of an article by Tony Peirce of Windsor Heritage that outlines the steps in making a Windsor chair in detail.

Canadian Woodworking Magazine Part II

Part II of an article by Tony Peirce of Windsor Heritage that outlines the steps in making a Windsor chair in detail.

Rustic Living
Mountain Lake PBS Documentary

Le St Armand Article

After more than 25 years in the pharmaceutical industry, Tony Peirce and his partner Susan Baker moved to the Eastern Townships and settled in Stanbridge East, Susan’s family homestead for more than 7 generations. Having worked with wood as a hobby for decades, Tony learned to make chairs in courses given by master craftsmen in both the USA and Canada more than ten years ago. Susan and Tony decided to create a new business called Windsor Heritage, which capitalizes on both their hobbies and business skills learned throughout their careers. With the help of several local carpenters and friends, they constructed a new building, designed to be in keeping with the Georgian architecture found throughout the village.

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