Pair of walnut frame chairs with tufted grey/blue linen seats. These are extraordinarily well made by one of the most respected manufacturers in the USA, in business since 1902. Simple, mid-century modern design with contoured seats and flared armrests.
Made in the 1960's these chairs are in excellent condition with minor wear to arms and legs. Reupholstered within the past 5 years. We found these gems in a vintage furniture shop in Los Angeles.
In 1902 William H. Gunlocke and four other wood furniture experts acquired a vacant factory in Wayland, New York. They established the W. H. Gunlocke Chair Company, which initially specialized in seating for homes, libraries, and lounges. For over a century, Gunlocke has manufactured great furniture for large and small companies, government agencies, and even U.S. Presidents.
This pair of walnut mid-century chairs looks wonderful in a living room or bedroom, even an office or waiting room. Lovely neutral upholstery shows off the gorgeous walnut wood. Found in an antique store in West Hollywood, they have the original tag and stamp on the undercarriage of the chairs. You can't beat this craftsmanship.
H 29 in. x W 27 in. x D 26 in.
H 73.66cm x W 68.58cm x D 66.04cm
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We know these chairs will make a wonderful addition to your home.
Kimberley and Georgina xx