1960’s Frankfurter Bentwood Thonet Style Dining Chairs – Set Of Four – Other Quantities Available

Description

Set of four 1960’s vintage Beech wood dining chairs. The Frankfurter chair is the trade name given to this generic style of bentwood cafe chairs produced throughout Germany and Eastern Europe. Bentwood refers to the way the chairs were constructed. The shaped frame of the chair was made from solid Beech wood which is heated under intense steam pressure then bent to shape on metal forms, this construction gives the chairs incredible strength. The production method was made famous by Thonet who spawned a huge bent wood industry that still exists today. We have a large number of these chairs available and are selling them in any multiple required, sets of four, six, eight or simply in singles (�65). Each producer has a slightly different style of chair with fascinating variations in detail. If you require a set which completely matches we can normally select perfectly matching sets. We service and wax each chair individually before they leave our workshop and we deliver chairs of excellent quality. If you do require photographs of the exact chairs that you will receive please let us know and we will arrange photographs. We specialise in high quality vintage dining chairs and have a large range. We only sell the very best chairs in great condition with rich colour and patina, please see the other dining chairs we have listed and please contact us for more details or advice. Seat Height 46cm.

Workshop Report

Our workshop team inspect every product and carry out any needed repairs to ensure that everything leaves us serviced and maintained ready for many more years of life. All of our vintage products show the rich beauty and history of their life with the knocks and bumps of many years of use and we try to minimise restoration to keep every piece as original as possible.

Date: 1960'sMaker: Industrial Production - Europe

Additional information

Dimensions 47 × 39 × 81 cm

£260.00

In stock

SKU: 162 Category: