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On my recent trip to London, I spotted these in the Churchil war rooms (worth a visit).
They look Georgian Oak to me - they were made during the second world war period. WD stands for War Department.
Made by the military and were used as 'meeting chair'. They are more generous in size and much more comfortable the Georgian chairs, which are usually very fragile. Covered in luxurious hounds tooth etro fabric from Italy.
AGE Circa 1930
STOCK # 113-14
If you are interested in this piece or would like more details please call us on +64 9 529 1660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting #113-14.
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