Charming Pair of 1930s Oak Barrel Chairs
A charming little pair of early 20th Century oak barrel chairs perfect for so many spaces. These are rather good – made from old whisky barrels and so pleasing to bag a pair. The oak is well matured and as is the brass banding.
Condition wise they are fine, we have genuine aging and marks to the oak, the seats in a mid green tight looped fabric is aged but perfectly usable, however if you require replacements our upholsterer can oblige at a cost of £70 per seat plus fabric.
Price is for the pair not one.
Such an attractive pair C1930.
Dimensions - Overall: Height 70cm x Width 58cm x Depth 51cm
Dimensions - Specifically the Seats: Height to Cushion Top 46cm x Diameter 49.5cm
Billy Hunt has successfully focused on British furniture and lighting since 2012 and always has an interesting ever changing selection of carefully chosen pieces from the early 1800s to late 1970s. Our base is a large Victorian 2 storey red brick barn on a wonderful traditionally run country estate in Staffordshire. We are able to offer a first class upholstery service and also assistance in interior design if requested.
Our extensive client base covers; the celebrated, interior designers, film companies and ladies and gentlemen like us who enjoy our professional, friendly and knowledgeable approach. If you wish to visit just give us a call or email.
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