Pair of Teak Colonial Chairs with Mongolian Lamb Cushion

c. 1930
$4,880 USD SOLD
W: 23.0" D: 21.75" H: 33.0"
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Each of these early 20th century teak curved armchairs, from the Chinese port city of Tianjin, is clearly influenced by the wave of the Art Deco movement that swept through the city during the 1920s and 1930s, when there was a large European community living and working there. They are built with sophisticated mortise and tenon joinery. The backs are separate panels that can be easily slid out of the structure, making them easy to transport when they were first constructed. Working with local artisans, we've added cushions upholstered in Mongolian lambswool.

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Seat height: 14.25"

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