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A buckboard is a four-wheeled wagon of simple construction meant to be drawn by a horse or other large animal. The “buckboard” is the front-most board on the wagon that could act as both a footrest for the driver and protection for the driver from the horse’s rear hooves in case of a “buck”. Back in the day, these boards were rough cut at the sawmill and not dressed up or completely smoothed out. So it is with our Buckboard Collection rustic table and chairs. Don’t worry though it is not all that rough- no it’s tamed to the point that it is civilized. Think of it as a rare steak, it is the natural wood not overdone, but a bit refined.
Want a table and chairs that would have been at home on the set of a John Wayne movie? Whether you are a cowgirl or a cowboy or just like western movies and the outdoors, you will enjoy the honest, natural look and feel of this unique table, chair and bench set. Whether your bones are aching because you rode the wildest bull at the rodeo or you just rode the mechanical bull at the local pub this is a table and chair set you can return to when you need to recharge. Like the “buck” board on the wagon, this table chair and bench set will offer rest, protection, and peace of mind for many years to come.
Have you ever seen a saw blade almost 5 feet tall? Well we operate a sawmill with a 56 inch blade at Niangua Rustic Furniture. . When the bladethat big is is spinning rapidly through a large log, there is some serious sawdust flying. That is how it used to be done and there are still a lot of barns dotting the countryside sporting the rough cut oak with the arcs on the face of the timbers. Some days, if you hang around the Showroom at Niangua Rustic Furniture you just might see a buckboard heading down the road behind a fine steed. Once in a while there might even be a small load of lumber aboard. Now that you have read this, if you stopped to talk to the driver and if you glanced at his load you would know whether our sawmill cut the lumber when you searched the surface of the wood for the arcs of a grand old circular saw blade.