Pair of Early 20th Century Campaign Lounge Chairs in the Manner of Maison Jansen


A very alluring and unique pair of armless folding lounge chairs designed in the manner of Maison Jansen. The chairs' frames were crafted in the Early 20th Century. They are re-imagined in a modern form with new black patent leather upholstery. The glossiness of the leather is an exciting contrast to the aged iron of the frame, with its mixed patina of gray and red rust, which cover some surface areas. The rust adds a touch of color and rustic texture to the frames.

Structurally the chairs are designed to fold. Their elegantly curved backs and legs allow for the chairs to easily close in. With the frames folded, you can store these chairs conveniently, but we assume you'd probably like to keep them in view. Other noteworthy decorative features are the brass florets covering the joints and the brass claw feet. Some of the florets are newly replaced with round flat washers.

16.75 in. width
30 in. depth
36 in. height
15.75 in. seat height
13.75 in. seat depth

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