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Four Brass "Imperial" Dining Chairs by Weiman/Warren Lloyd for Mastercraft

Four Brass "Imperial" Dining Chairs by Weiman/Warren Lloyd for Mastercraft




    Gorgeous set of four solid brass faux bamboo dining chairs by Weiman/Warren Lloyd, Italy, circa 1975. The "Imperial Chair" series was distributed in the United States through Mastercraft Furniture of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Featuring continuous simulated bamboo frames, the back and seat covered in their original faux leopard skin fabric, the legs united by a cross stretcher. Made with the highest quality craftsmanship and impeccable eye for design. The chairs are in mint condition.

    Mastercraft was founded in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1946 by brothers Charles and William Doezema-who came from a family of cabinet makers. The Doezema brothers went overseas during World War II and returned to the US planning to make furniture with an urban cosmopolitan style. Mastercraft specialized in chairs and case pieces with traditional forms and modernized veneers and finishes. In 1974 Mastercraft was acquired by Baker Furniture and Vancouver based artist Bernhard Rohne designed large case pieces. The bold and artful statement of Mastercraft furniture tables chairs and cases are popular with collector’s today.



    Height: 43" x Width: 22" x Depth: 23"
    Seat Height: 18.75"



    Good. Wear consistent with age and use. Brass frames professionally hand polished and the upholstery is in mint condition.


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Ships From: Dallas, TX
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