Wooden Legs Upholstered Chairs

Clelia classic high back chair with upholsterd seat and backrest, and wooden legs available in walnut and cherry, or in antique effect lacquer.


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Discounted Price: €508.93


Clelia is a classic high back chair, covered in fabric, faux leather or leather. Its backrest is characterised by a slight "S" shape, curled on top. Its legs are instead made of wood, cherry or walnut, or lacquered with an antique effect in several tones.

upholstered structure with high backrest
cover available in fabric, faux leather or leather
perfect for classic living rooms
legs in wood veneer or lacquered with an antique effect

Seat Height:
cm 49

Materials and Finishes
Seat and Backrest:
- fabric / faux leather / leather

- wood
- lacquer

Technical study

Material Specifications
This product is made with eco-friendly materials belonging to the "E1" class and characterised by a low formaldehyde content. Such materials are not harmful to people and the environment, neither during the manufacturing process, nor while in use.
Being wood a natural material, the different grain patterns are to be considered as valuable details and not defects of the product. Knots, small cracks, and changes in the product shade during time prove the natural origin of the material, and make the product unique.

Maintenance and Cleaning
To dust the item use first a wet cloth, and then pass again a dry one. The parts that are worn out more can be treated by applying furniture wax with a woollen cloth. Do not use products containing alcohol or acid elements. Do not place items that give off eat on the products.

For more Information...
Shellac: shellac is an organic resin produced by a small insect, called Tachardia lacca, belonging to the Scale insects family. This insect lives on a variety of aboriginal plants in the Indian subcontinent and its bordering areas.
To protect itself, this insect secretes a resin substance that creates a kind of protective coating around its body, with a dark purple-red colour, called lac. Shellac is then extracted from this rough coating. At first shellac wasn't collected for being used as a resin, but fot its characteristic pigment. It's been used in the Western word since the 17th century, but it became widespread in the 19th century. It has several benefits: it has a low toxicity, and it is easy to apply and repair.
Thanks to its hardness and long life-span it is perfect as coating, and that's why it is mostly used to finish vintage furniture. After being treated with shellac the surface results bright, and dry and silky to the touch.

Additional Information

Area of Production
Not exportable to the United Kingdom or EIRE
Cubic Metres
0,46 m³
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