£795.00 + VAT
A stylish and very well made set of six dining chairs in rosewood and leather. They were designed by Gunther Hoffstead and were made in England by Unilfex in the 1960’s.
They have an unusual and striking design, with beautiful rosewood frames and strapped thick leather upholstery. The rosewood has gorgeous grain patterns, the black leather has acquired a lovely patina over the years.
The overall condition is excellent for their age, we have given them a light clean, and polish. The rosewood has a lovely, clean finish with barely any wear to be seen. The leather is also in great condition, with only some light surface wear. The backrests are attached to the frames with two studs on insides of the back rests. They appeared to have been stitched as well, though the stitching has come away, as seen in the images. All the pressure goes on the studs so they are still perfectly sound and comfortable. One of the backrests has been replaced at some point, and there are actually two spare loose backrests that come with this set, they appear to have been specially made with thick black leather.
We also have the matching dining table that was made to go with these, seen listed separately under our other items for sale.
Width – 53 cm , 21 inches
Depth – 53 cm , 21 inches
Height – 74 cm , 29 inches
Seat height – 46 cm , 18 inches