Teak show wood, sanded and waxed. Pure cotton pinpoint fabric "Rîve Gauche".

Found these in poor condition, covered with foul, thick sprayed varnish, springs replaced with board and generally not great. 

Now after a spell in the Hertfordshire rehab we have a pair of happy spruced up chairs:

1950’s pair of reasonably compact armchairs. Flared detail. Beech frame, stripped to the bones and re-worked. Top fabric is boiled wool “Slate”, thick, smooth and luxurious - think Loden coats. Buttons are pure linen “Flint”. Seat cushions are loose, lined and fully zipped.

Jindrich Halabala, iconic Czech furniture designer, who pioneered clean lines and functionality, mainly in the thirties.

Beautiful, beautiful pieces. Elegant, flowing and with a real presence.

39 Coronet Street today...iron framed windows typical of the workshops in South Shoreditch of that era...beautiful proportions and still looking fabulous...

A Guy Rogers "Virginia" pair. Afromosia frame. Lines reference the era. 

A linen combo: burnt orange on stone. Thank you Cloth Shop.

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