The Plymouth projects the dignified but unpretentious look of what might have been a library chair in the 19th century. Widely spaced nailhead trim outlines both the back and the seat, disarming an otherwise formal design. Ebonized ring turned legs. A distinctive flush pull adds visual interest from the back.
Used in a number of his projects, Michael S Smith thinks of the Plymouth as a "go to" chair for the dining room - or anywhere else. The upholstered back allows for better integration into a color scheme. Just enough scale, and more than enough comfort, to work as a host and hostess chair.