The stick chair made of noble beech wood and profiled plywood refers to the classic Windsor chairs, very popular in England in the 18th century, and then in America and Scandinavia. A characteristic feature of the chairs is the openwork backrest structure consisting of eight centrally diverging rungs of the backrest embedded in a massive seat. The unusual, minimalist H-shaped leg joint, which increases durability, has become one of the recognizable features of this model.
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|Total height (mm)||1040|
|Total depth (mm)||440|
|Overall width (mm)||410|
|Seat height (mm)||780|
|Net weight (kg)||7.8|
|Fabric consumption (running meters / pcs) for a fabric width of 1.4 m||0.48 / 3|
|Leather consumption (m² / pcs)||0.86 / 3|
|Number of furniture in the box||1|
|Carton volume (m³)||0.320|
|Furniture load capacity (40 ‘container)||184|
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