French Modernist Armchair
$1,199.00Item Number #W7342
This item has an additional $125.00 processing and delivery fee.
Availability:Out of Stock
- Handwoven abaca rope back
- Mahogany laminate arms
- Durable construction and comfortable
Bring French Mid-Century Modern design into your home with our French Modernist Arm Chair. A handsome juxtaposition of sleek arms and rough handwoven rope back, this chair is designed after the one by Vibo from the mid-1900s, created by French designers Adrien Audoux and Frida Minet. The arms of ours are made from thinly sliced mahogany bent and laminated together by hand, which gives it a little spring. The back is hand-braided from abaca, the strongest fiber on the market, so each will vary in color due to this. It's one very comfortable chair.
This French Modernist Armchair is our interpretation of the popular cantilever chair. Handwoven with abaca rope and mahogany wood in a modern design that has organic textures, great for any room.
Weight: 48.5 lb.
Weight limit: 400 lb.
Leg dimensions: 3.5" x 1"
Distance between front legs: 22"
Back height from seat: 16"
Back height from ground: 31"
Seat height from ground: 15"
Seat dimensions: 22"w x 24"d x 3"h
Distance between seat and back: 5"
Arm height from seat: 9"
Arm height from ground: 23"
This item has an additional $125 processing and delivery fee.
This extra charge will show up on your shipping total. Due to size and weight, this item will ship differently than most of our other products. Please be sure that you check for any damages or defects before signing that you accept the package. In case of a problem, note on your packing slip that the item was damaged.
This item will require freight delivery. We do not offer express shipping options on these items. Your shipment will arrive packed on a pallet. This product cannot be shipped to Hawaii or Alaska.
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