VINTAGE REWORKED CORONATION BARLEY TWIST UTILITY CHAIR by Lost and Found Projects
VINTAGE RE-WORKED 'CORONATION' BARLEY TWIST UTILITY CHAIR by Lost and Found Projects.
A classic 1930s 40s Barley Twist leg 'Utility' occasional chair re-worked and reupholstered commission piece for a 'Coronation' gallery exhibition.
The chair has been stripped, repaired, then a combination of powder coated paint, gold leaf foil work and oils used to finish the frame of the chair. The seat pad had been constructed by textile designer 'Julia Robinson' using redundant clothing rags and traditional 'make do and mend' techniques used during this period to build a Union Jack flag abstract, then used to reupholster the main seat of the chair. A unique and witty conversational piece for any contemporary home.
Size / Dimensions: 110cm Height at back 48cm Height to seat pad. 45cm Width. 43cm Depth.
PLEASE NOTE: Any styling accessories or other items shown in the images are NOT included in the purchase of this piece, but may be available in our stock so please ask us.
Pickup available from the gallery or Lost+Found Projects studio space, or contact us for paid delivery in the UK.