MATTHEW HILTON FOR DE LA ESPADA
Kimble is a Windsor chair named after a neighboring village of High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, where the Windsor chair originated in the 18th century. The chair has a modernized, pared down form made using traditional Windsor chair making techniques in order to further the story, the evolution of the English Windsor chair. The contrast of the black walnut seat on this otherwise ash chair attractively highlights the wedge tenon detail where the leg intersects with the top of the seat. Part of a family of Windsor chairs including two dining chairs and two lounge chairs.
European ash with a solid American black walnut seat
walnut seat finishes: danish oil, white oil, black oil
W25.3" × D26" × H42” x SH17” (AH28")
* 1x Danish oiled walnut / ash in-stock
lead time 16 weeks approximately
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