n unusual medical chair (apparently for an optician) built in the 1960’s.
This has several faults including the gas lift not working and damaged arm upholstery on one side.
61 cm wide x 80 cm deep and 120 cm high. Please note that the head rest mechanism protrudes approx 10 cm beyond the depth measurement quoted here.
A very comfortable dining chair made about 10 years ago. This is a well made chair with premium thick leather hide and solid and strong oak frames. Add the arms and the down side might be that your dinner guests never want to leave your table! We have and would prefer to sell the six in one transaction but will consider selling four. Price is for each.
57 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 102cm high.
A brown leather reclining armchair from the 1980’s. In good operating condition. No faults to mention.
89 cm wide x 90 cm deep and 100 cm high.
We are unable to attribute this pair of bakelite and chrome chairs to any designer. The screws would suggest pre 1960 and the bakelite colour post 1910. We have seen a similar 1920 example by Rene Herbst presently for sale in France that includes some duplicated structural elements in the design. However that one uses a cantilever frame. Also trying to work out the intended purpose of that large hook under the seat!
May we would like to take this opportunity to thank the many knowledgeable readers out there that share their learning and experience to help us solve these little mysteries.
44 cm wide x 50 cm deep x 80 cm high.
A platform rocker in the Art Nouveau style with carved wood decoration. The upholstery is well sprung and in good order.
65 cm wide x 70 cm deep and 100cm high.
Made by French Provincial this comfortable armchair has a feather filled cushion. The generous proportions will we feel, encourage a more relaxing lifestyle! And, when you aren’t sitting, it is good to look at. No faults to mention. Please note that we have another example with a 5mm perforation in the back calico at a sigificant saving.
95 cm wide x 90 cm deep and 100 cm high.