African Tiny Wooden Chairs1418
Beautiful pair of small African chairs, dating from the 1960s.
The small chairs are made entirely of wood and, as can be seen from the type of design, are African.
The supporting legs are straight and have over-the-top woodworking, creating inlets and curves in the wood, making them simply unique.
The chisel mark is visible. The workmanship looks rough, but it is the African style that designs this way; its beauty comes from this. The legs are rounded, narrow in the center to open again into two wooden chalices, beautiful.
The seat is square and is bordered by two square bands, flanking the sides. The two screws on the sides with which the seat was attached are evident. Finally, the unique backrest.
The backrest starts from the two side bands of the seat, rising through two straight tubular rods, which tighten as they rise. At the top is a tubular wooden element, with still its visible, all too elegant grain. It has a soft shape that seems to want to accommodate those who sit on it.
Fantastically designed chairs!
Height: 56 cm (22.04 in.)
Width: 61 cm (24.01 in.)
Depth: 38 cm (14.96 in.)
Seat High: 26 cm (10.23 in.)
The chairs are in excellent vintage condition, slight scratches and light wear consistent with its time and use. Original wood. Being a VINTAGE item it is possible that it will bear some scratches or defects.