Early 1950s British Desk Chair Bowman Bros Camden
A great looking desk armchair that was retailed by Bowman Bros of Camden and bearing the 2 Cheese stamp...
The 2 Cheese Stamp - CC41 Utility logo was a British Board of trade requirement that appeared on footwear, utility furniture and textiles for just over ten years from 1941. Per a 1941 Associated Press article, CC41 meant "Controlled Commodity" and designated that the item met the government's austerity regulations...
The chair’s design is modest with a nice flare to the rear legs and angle to the arms. We have reupholstered the back and seat with a grained black vinyl and its ready to go. Expect day to day marks and wear to the frame, the vinyl is new of course!
A great little British chair.
Dimensions – Overall: Height 77cm x Width 52.5cm x Depth 49.5cm
Dimensions – Specifically the Seat: Height 43cm x Depth 45-40cm (front to rear) x depth 38cm
Billy Hunt has successfully focused on British furniture and lighting since 2015. Our base is a 3,000sq foot space on a wonderful country estate in Staffordshire which you are more than welcome to visit, just let us know.
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