Our Armless Dining Chair is a contemporary re-edition of the mid-century Armless Chair originally made for student hostel rooms of the Punjab University in Chandigarh. The chair has ‘V’ type flared triangular legs with two flat crossbars supporting the legs. Grooves at the back of the chair for canework knots are cut in a way that partially hides the knots. The natural rattan cane is peeled and woven meticulously by hand.
H 33.9 86.0 / D 21.3 54.0 / W 17.6 44.5
We offer this product in a choice of Natural Teak, Dark Stain or Black Finish. For Natural Teak finish, the wood is sanded to smoothness and transparent wood polish and sealer are applied with a soft cloth to bring out the natural golden brown colour of teak. For Dark Stain, a coat of teak stain is hand applied to give the wood a darker, deeper shade. For Black Finish, the wood is sprayed with an eco friendly water based paint that leaves the grains and patterns visible.
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