Winchelsea Church Hall Folding Chairs
We have only a handful left of these elegant Edwardian folding chairs, which were purchased some years back directly from the church hall in Winchelsea, East Sussex, UK. The seats are of ply with pierced patterns, and are affixed by small brass studs. The backs are spindle slatted, whereas later versions of this chair were not slatted. Each frame is beautifully constructed from solid walnut and designed to fold flat when not in use, and so can easily be stored. They make excellent dining chairs, and we are selling them singularly.
Country of origin: UK
Date of manufacture: 1900
Material: solid walnut frame, ply seat with metal fastenings
Height when unfolded 84cm, Height from floor to seat 47cm, Width 39.5cm
Depth of seat 38cm, Depth when open to back of chair 50cm
Condition: good for their age, with some wear here and there - such as to the top of the backs (see image), yet nothing untoward. Note: the piercing pattern on the seat varies and can differ from that shown in the image.
Price does not include delivery.
Delivery/collection must be purchased/organised separate to product purchase.
Please contact us to request a delivery estimate, if required.