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Mesh Bar Chair Chrome

Mesh Bar Chair Chrome

ITEM # 906797

$262

Contemporary bar stool with a classic mid-century design

Chrome finish

Welded solid steel frame

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Why we fancy this

An icon of Mid-Century modern, the Mesh comes in three finishes, chrome, matte black, or matte white, as well as in two heights: dining and bar. It is made of a welded solid steel frame with six cushion color options: black, white, red, orange, green, grey, and espresso. Sold separately.

This item is a mid-century reproduction inspired by harry bertoia and is in no way affiliated with the designer or its original manufacturer.

Product Details

Dimensions:

overall
h 40.00"w 22.50"d 23.50"
seat dimensions
h 27.50"d 15.50"

Design Style:

mid-century

Whats Not Included:

cushion

Shipping Details

Lead Time:

SHIPS WITHIN 1 TO 2 WEEKS

Shipping Restrictions:

Due to shipping restrictions, we cannot ship this item outside contiguous United States.

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Inspired by harry bertoia

Harry Bertoia was an artist who worked in furniture design. His designs were renowned foremost for their great beauty, displaying the sensibility of a sculptor. He gained attention for his monumentally successful diamond chair, which found him working with wire mesh by hand. Without sacrificing functionality or comfort, Bertoia found the beauty in the new materials that fascinated the innovators of mid-century modernism. He later worked with the Eames, developing new designs and practices for steam-bending plywood.