Coming soon, a third panel will be added to the BiFold Display to create an exquisite TriFold Showpiece.
The perfect gift for Reformed Baptist pastors, professors, husbands & fathers.
The Coat of Arms of Geneva, Post Tenebras Lux, Three Fleur de Lys, Calvin's French Motto (Je t'offre mon cœur, Seigneur, prompt et sincère/I offer you my heart, Lord, promptly and sincerely), Soli Deo Gloria, Calvin's Signature, Calvin's Years: 1509-1564, and The French Calvinist Hugenot Cross.
The center panel will feature a near-perfect replica in its height, width, and carvings of the back of Calvin's original chair from 1536 on display at la Cathédrale Saint Pierre in Geneva, Switzerland.
The top of the panel will feature a London 1689 crest. The next line below the shield will be Solus Christus. The middle of the panel will feature Spurgeon's quote "We Preach Christ, And Him Crucified", followed by Sola Scriptura just below. The bottom of the panel will feature Spurgeon's carved signature, followed by his years 1834 to 1892. The very bottom of the panel will feature a carved image of a Sword & Trowel.
How Long Does It Take?
110 days for crafting + shipping time with UPS Worldwide.
Solid, hand-selected European Walnut, sourced from the foot of the French or Italian Alps.
Like a fine French wine, we lovingly package your chair in its own custom wooden box made in our woodshop.
We ship exclusively with UPS Worldwide. Please be aware that the shipping time estimate given by UPS typically does not include the time it takes them to transit your package through the customs bureau in your country of destination.
Depending on your country of residence, your customs agents may assess an import tax to you, which UPS Worldwide will then give you the opportunity to pay online or to the UPS driver upon delivery to your door. Calvin's Chair Woodshop has no means of calculating a potential import duty or tax in advance. Recent shipments to America have been assessed a $40 import tax by U.S. Customs.
Every order is a custom order
Calvin's Chair Woodshop does not maintain any stock or inventory of our works. Each piece is commissioned by you and uniquely crafted for you, the client. Given the rare nature of custom artwork, your piece cannot be returned due to a change of mind.