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1970s Chrome and Black Leather Sculptural Rocking Chair by Heals

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Reference number: #45234

1970s Rocking chair with a sculptural chrome tube frame and leather slung seat by Heals

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Country of origin: United Kingdom

1970s Rocking chair with a sculptural chrome tube frame and leather slung seat.  It was originally retailed through Heals, London and comes with a copy of  the original sale invoice dated 1973. The chair is good vintage condition, there is some distressing to the leather through normal wear and tear.  The chrome overall is in good condition.  There are some marks to the chrome to a small area to one side of the front of the rocker. The chair is extremely comfortable and has the original feet to the bottom of the rocker, these stop the chair from rocking too far back.   ST973

Weight10 kg
Dimensions60 × 110 × 105 cm
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