Vintage rosewood carver chair designed by Henry W Klein and produced 1962 by BRAMIN. Frame refurbished and new upholstered using soft yellow colour leather to compliment the rich rosewood frame
This elegant carver chair has stunning rosewood frames which is on show throughout the chair.
The chair is newly refurbished and is a perfect addition as a desk chair, in a reading corner or simpy in the bedroom for getting undressed.
Very comfortable chair designed to be stylish as well as comfortable and practical.
The chairs frame can be dismantled for easy transport.
Width. 23 inch / 58cm - Width. 23 inch / 58cm - Height. 30½ inch / 78cm - Height. 30½ inch / 78cm
Delivery is charged extra and added during check-out - For international shipping please email us for your personal quote
Shipping And Handling
We are happy to assist with international shipping to any destination around the world.
To enable us to get a price quote for your specific enquiry please email us with your full address and contact details.
Our shipping partner DSV will then base the cost of shipping + delivery to your home address.
The delivery is to cerb-side meaning that the delivery will NOT be unpacekd or installed in your home.
It is YOUR responsibility to un-pack the items once the crate has been delivered.
We deliver your order for furniture once we have contacted you and arranged a delivery day and time.
Delivery of furniture and large items are carried out in our own vehicle and all items will be securely blanketed and strapped down during transport
For small items that are sent by courier DPD or PARCELFORCE, we will normally send your order to you in 3 business days. International orders are generally received in under 10 days.
You must inform us within two working days if the goods are lost or damaged in transit so that we can make a prompt claim against the delivery company and correct the problem. Please quote your order number in all correspondence.
You agree that proof of delivery supplied by our delivery company is sufficient evidence to establish that goods have been received.