Pierre Jeanneret Floating Back Office Chair Model PJ-010100T Circa 1955 Chair 4
Pierre Jeanneret Floating Back Office Chair Model PJ-010100T Circa 1955
Magnificent mid century Pierre Jeanneret Model PJ-010100T ‘Floating Back’ Office Chair Chandigarh Circa 1955-56, also known as ‘Fauteuil En Teck’ the chair in solid teak with both seat and backrest hand braided in cane, signature Pierre Jeanneret ‘Compass’ style double sided inverted V leg assembly, with the legs connected by a central stretcher, the chair with a slightly curved backrest that is separated from the seat, the chair has been fully restored in Chandigarh retaining all original markings and patina, as with all of our Pierre Jeanneret furniture this item will come with a complete set of pre restored images showing originality and authenticity, we will also supply a certificate of authenticity.
Provenance: University housing at Panjab University, sector 14 and administrative buildings in Chandigarh.
Period: Mid Twentieth Century
Designer: Pierre Jeanneret
Style: Floating Back Office Chairs
Origin: India, Chandigarh
Materials: Solid Teak Wood & New Cane
Design Period: Circa 1955 -6
Validation: Certificate of Authenticity
Condition: All chairs have age related wear, knocks, marks and splits, each piece will have its own character and markings, all chairs have been lightly restored and will have been oiled and waxed, joints will be strengthened and made solid, cane work will always be renewed and in perfect condition as will cushions and upholstery, each item will be unique and each piece will not be exactly the same as the next, the patina may slightly vary as these items date from the 1950s and 60s, each chair will be slightly +/-different in size due to being original.
Width 20” / 51cm
Depth 20.5” / 52cm
Height 30” / 66cm
Floor to seat: 18” / 46cm
Floor to Arm: 25.5” / 65cm
Free delivery is offered to England & Wales only when buyer pays full asking price, next day delivery is not possible due to the size of the piece, please allow between 7-14 days delivery