Pair of Teak and Wicker Chairs
A pair of teak dining chairs, likely to have been made in France during the early 1950s.
The seat and back of this pair are wicker, woven around a steel frame which is fixed to the teak body of the chair. The curved wooden body is formed by several pieces of teak, which are connected to make the seat, back, and legs appear as though they are connected by a continuous piece of wood. The wooden frame tapers towards the top of the seat back, echoing the sharply tapered legs of the chair.
Whilst seemingly traditional in their wood and wicker construction, these materials paired with the curved and tapered design features of this pair express an affinity with similar modernist chairs of the period.
Materials: Teak and wicker around a steel frame.
Seat Height: 45cm