A high backed wooden chair used at the Prince Hall Masonic Lodge of Massachusetts. The legs of the chair are rounded columns with decorative capitals and bases. The seat is a box design with small block supports on the underside. The high back of the chair has a decorative column on either side, the PR column is topped with a finial which seems to be missing from the PL side. The wood of the back itself has two identical decorative cutouts, pointed at each end. The very top of the chair is high and rounded with a significant protrusion at the peak. It is stained dark brown all over.
A chair made from dark brown wood featuring yellow back and seat cushions. Three crosses are engraved at the top of the chair. The back of the chair is consistent in design with the church archway, podium, and windows.