These are a great set of four mixed vintage dining chairs by Ercol, circa 1950`s or 60`s. They include three different chairs from the Windsor range and one Quaker chair, also they range from very dark stained to a light natural finish that has mellowed with age. An ideal way to add an eclectic feel to your kitchen. The chairs are all sound and in good vintage condition with varying levels of wear. One seat has a couple of large chips to one edge and they all have small scuffs and marks, as well as some small paint spots.
The darkest chair has had a diy coat of stain which is chipped in places and there is a slight split ot he top of the Quaker chair backrest but this has not affected the strength of the chair. Please see pictures for details of the condition and ask if you have any concerns. 40-43cm wide 79-97cm high Seats: 42-44cm high.
He works alone so would require assistance with heavy or bulky items, also please make arrangements for extra help if you have several flights of stairs or an awkward entrance. It is your responsibility to ensure the item will fit through any entrance. You are welcome to arrange your own courier too but if the item requires wrapping we would need to charge for the materials and time. Most of our items are vintage and therefore will never be like a new item. While we endeavour to provide an accurate description, this can be open to interpretation so please check specifics if you have any concerns.It is difficult to catalogue every mark so these will be generalised as light wear, heavy wear etc. We try to give accurate measurements but please ask us to double check if space is an issue as mistakes are possible. Failure to do so may result in the item being relisted and a case being opened. The item "4 Mixed Vintage Ercol Dining Chairs, Kitchen, Retro, Mid Century, Quaker Windsor" is in sale since Friday, February 16, 2018.
This item is in the category "Home, Furniture & DIY\Furniture\Chairs". The seller is "homevintagestore" and is located in Holsworthy, Devon. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.