Ercol Quaker Chair

Ercol Ercol Quaker Chair

Item: 458341

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10-12 weeks

£415.00

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The perfect addition to any home, this Quaker dining chair complements both traditional and contemporary decor. An evolution of the Windsor design, this chair presents a tall u-shaped, six spindle back and sculpted oval seat for a supportive sit.  The chair bow is steam bent from a single straight ash rail into this amazingly tight radius bend and then sanded and shaped to give its subtle and elegant profile.

Traditional wedge joints, where the legs come right through the seat and a wedge is then inserted into a cut, before the leg stump is hand sanded flush with the seat, both provide a lovely design detail and a very strong joint.  Further strength is provided by the H-underframe.

This timeless dining room furniture is designed to complement any of the dining tables in the range and will be finished in your choice from a selection of ercol lacquer colours. You can also order the chair with a seat pad, made in your choice from our collection of fabrics.

PRICE MATCH PROMISE

Here at Hunters Furniture we spend a huge amount of time making sure our online prices are as competitive as possible. In the unlikely event that you find the same item cheaper elsewhere, don’t worry, we will gladly match it up to 10 days following your order! This means you don’t need to hunt around for the best price, simply place your order with us and we will honour our price match promise until you’ve taken delivery of your order and then up to 10 days after, pretty amazing right?

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