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Pair of Raw Steel Windsor Chairs Item # F8221

Circa 1920

$1,800.00

The Windsor Chair is a familiar and welcoming form, but this pair offers a new twist: they are made entirely of stamped and cast steel. Metal furnishings became a popular alternative to wood in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, first because they were fire-resistant, second because they were easy to clean and sterilize. Because of this, metal furniture was often used in hospitals. This pair is one of the most unusual sets of metal furnishings found anywhere. We have stripped the metal raw to celebrate the original finish, clear coated them to prevent additional rusting and added rounded rubber feat to protect your floors. Note that there are some signs rust and wear on the chairs, which we believe only adds to their charm and authenticity. But, because the metal is clear-coated with lacquer, the rust will not come off on clothes or leave marks.

  • Historical Style: Traditional
  • Condition notes: As mentioned above, there are some signs of age in the raw steel finish. Also, see in the final image that one of the "turned" cross-pieces is separated at the point of connection. This does not effect the stability of the chair and is not very noticeable.

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Pair of Raw Steel Windsor Chairs

Circa 1920

$1,800.00