This chairs are held by the V&A as part of their Furniture and Woodwork Collection. The designer Clive Bacon won the Design Centre Award for the chair in 1963.
They are a linking and stacking chair, with a steamed beech frame and upholstered in black PVC. They were manufactured in England by Design Furnishing Contracts Limited.
The chairs can be interlocked through the use of pegged joints so they can run together in rows/benches and they can also be stacked in sixes.
THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR THE FOUR CHAIRS
Will consider selling in pairs, price on request.
Date of manufacture: 1960’s
Country of origin: UK
Material: Beech and PVC
Size: width 51cm x depth 49cm x height 75cm x seat height 43cm
Condition: Very good vintage condition. Minor signs of wear consistent with age and use.
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