The chair itself is used, but considering the age, in neat condition
A very nice oak office chair made in the period around 1900/1930 in (presumably) France. The height of the chair is adjustable. The seat, front and back are embellished in a lovely floral pattern. The backrest consists of twisted rods. On the back the chair is marked "New King Spring Co, 57 Boulevard Anspach - BRUXELLES-" presumably this was the manufacturer of the spring mechanism under the chair. This mechanism is still in working condition but shows some rust spots. The chair itself is used, but considering the age, in neat condition. The wood may need some attention. See the pictures for a detailed impression. This chair is a real asset to your interior.
Dimensions (the height of the chair is adjustable):
Total height in position in the picture: 82 cm
Seat height in position in the picture: 50 cm
Seat width: 55 cm
The chair can be picked up in Breda (NL), this is preferred. Shipping is possible, in consultation and the shipping costs are for the buyer.
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IBLE DE COMMUNIQUER EN FRANCAISPlease note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.The package has arrived at your adres but you wasn't there. The post company (GLS) contacted you several times but you didn't responded, after 3 (!) weeks they send the package back to my adres. In the meantime you gave me this bad feedback, i don't think this is fair. I contacted you several times and after your response i sended you the package again, we have shared the second costs. After you revieved the item you contacted me and told that you loved it and was very happy. To bad you won't change the feedback.
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Breda (Netherlands). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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