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Solid Mahogany Arts & Crafts Chair c.1900

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H: 110.5cm W: 58.5cm D: 59cm Seat Height: 42cm

An antique arts & crafts chair with an upholstered seat.

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Antique and vintage goods are both stylish and sustainable. 

They have a low carbon footprint thanks to their existing lifespan and they help reduce deforestation because no trees are being cut to produce them.

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Style Spotlight | Arts & Crafts

The arts and crafts movement was born in the late 19th century to counterbalance other overly ornate furniture styles often lessening in quality through factory production. In critique of the industrial revolution the heart of arts and crafts was traditional craftsmanship with simplified decorative designs as well as folk and nature influences resulting in high quality furniture with a romantic feel.

Influential figures include Augustus Pugin, John Ruskin, William Morris and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The movement set out to create both decorative and functional items, such as furniture, homeware and art, for the home that were created by a single craftsman from start to finish eliminating the repetitive tasks of a sectional production system often associated with mass production.

Image: Some tiles and inlay with typical arts and crafts floral motif on an early 20th century washstand