A pair of 1960/70 armchairs with wooden frames and upholstered seat, backs and arm cushions. Useable now these great and extremely comfortable armchairs would be greatly enhanced by reupholstery at some future date.
Each is 62 cm wide and 85 cm deep and 90 cm high.
Price A$100 for two
Made in France in the early part of the 1900’s. A carved oak frame very solid with an authentic fabric seat and back.
No faults to speak of.
65 cms wide x 70 cms deep and 110 cms high at the back.
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Approx. 80 cms wide x 90 cms deep and 85 cms high
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