Elephant boot chair designed by Eero Aarnio

£750.00

Rare vintage elephant boot chair was designed by Eero Aarnio in 1960s. It is the largest piece of the rattan collection.
The functionality and neutral aesthetic make it the perfect addition to any interior setup.
The elephant boot is made of woven rattan with lovely patina to the rattan.
In very good condition with small signs of wear.
Measurement:
Width 89cm
Height 68cm
Seat height 30cm
FREE delivery – excluding Scotland and Ireland. For delivery to Scotland and Ireland, please contact us for a delivery quote prior to purchase.

(This service is for a 1 man service, ground floor to ground floor. Please note, if you need a 2 man service and delivery is above ground floor an additional fee may be charged.)

*Please note that whilst all of our stock has been carefully selected and refinished if needed, there may still be minor signs of age-related wear. We try our best to show any imperfections in our photographs.

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Rare vintage elephant boot chair was designed by Eero Aarnio in 1960s. It is the largest piece of the rattan collection.
The functionality and neutral aesthetic make it the perfect addition to any interior setup.
The elephant boot is made of woven rattan with lovely patina to the rattan.
In very good condition with small signs of wear.
Measurement:
Width 89cm
Height 68cm
Seat height 30cm
FREE delivery – excluding Scotland and Ireland. For delivery to Scotland and Ireland, please contact us for a delivery quote prior to purchase.

(This service is for a 1 man service, ground floor to ground floor. Please note, if you need a 2 man service and delivery is above ground floor an additional fee may be charged.)

*Please note that whilst all of our stock has been carefully selected and refinished if needed, there may still be minor signs of age-related wear. We try our best to show any imperfections in our photographs.

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