Antique Vintage Indian Teak Rattan Colonial Planter's Plantation Lounge Chair. An antique low, easy'Planter's' chair with an inclined rattan seat and arms that extend out to form leg rests, designed for use on verandahs in 19th Century British colonial plantations.
The rattan seat is designed to provide ample ventilation and comfort in tropical climates and the leg rests allow the feet to be raised to reduce the effects of heat and humidity. A collectable example of colonial style furniture. Materials: Indian teak wood and rattan cane. The rattan has been refurbished in the past, the wood has not been restored.
Old repairs hold fast and good, great patina, aged well. Length: (leg rests fully extended) 180cm. Signs of of use in places. Chips and some scratch and wood loss in places odd dings etc in line with nearly 140years office use. Nothing to detract from a beautiful piece.Please study photos carefully for exact condition. This item would also suit a pub, industrial style restaurant, lounge or bar area, and could even be used in a large country kitchen. The posibilities are endless with this versatile piece. But it is sure to add some extra quirk to your space. As this is a vintage used item, please allow for signs of wear and tear. If you are in a different area please ask for a quote. Dressing items not included but can be found in our other listings. Buyers are very welcome to arrange their own couriers if can source at a lower cost. The item "Antique Vintage Indian Teak Rattan Colonial Planter's Plantation Lounge Chair" is in sale since Monday, September 27, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Chairs".
The seller is "feedthebeard" and is located in Hexham. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.