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Ten Modernist Lacquered Dining Chairs by Brueton

Ten Modernist Lacquered Dining Chairs by Brueton


    A rare set of ten Willow dining/game chairs, a Brueton classic designed by Mitchell Pickard. Handmade in the USA. Modernist armless chairs with Klismos form, the black lacquered frames with saber legs that splay for a dramatic profile. The back legs extend seamlessly to form the back support. The chairs are beautifully upholstered in a pewter colored crocodile velvet. The chairs have been professionally restored to mint condition. The graceful curves of the solid hardwood legs and the sweep of the curved back - the result is simply stunning. They look and feel amazing.


    Founded in 1926, Brueton Industries Inc a New York City-based company that produces upscale furniture and accessories for the residential, contract, and hospitality markets. One of the first companies to introduce stainless steel into furniture. Along with designs by Stanley Jay Friedman and J. Wade Beam, Sergio Orozco, Mark Mascheroni, Mark Goldberg, John Duffy, Mitchell Pickard, Charles Gibilterra, Bert England, Victor Dziekiewicz, Glenn Polinsky, Joseph Gerstman, Bruenu, Richard Thompson, Robert Sonneman, Ed Born, and Ira Grayroff familiar names in the vintage modern design market.



    Height: 32.5" x Width: 24.5" x Depth: 25"

    Seat Height: 18.5"



    Excellent. Reupholstered. Refinished. Wear consistent with age and use. The chairs have been professionally restored to mint condition.


    Please contact us for availability of piece and for more information on condition. We are pleased to offer worldwide shipping. Contact for shipping quotes. 


    All sales are final! No Exchanges! No refunds!

Ships From: Dallas, TX
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