Amanzi Dining Chair | BlackWC-456BA
RRP incl. GST | Trade price excl. GST
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- OUTDOOR FABRIC SPECS
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Amanzi Dining Chair is a decorative option for indoors as well as outdoor undercover dining spaces.
Uniqwa in-house designer, Charl van Heerden designed the Amanzi Dining Chair with inspiration from the Chin Tribe of the Mindat area of Myanmar. Specifically from the face tattooing of the Chin women. This ancient ritual performed around the age of 8 was originally started by the Chin parents in an attempt to save their daughters from being taken. It was the law that the royal could marry whoever they wanted whenever they wanted. The face tattooing was an attempt to make them undesirable so as not to be stolen on a whim by a neighbouring prince. Over the years, what was originally intended to make the women undesirable began to have the opposite effect. The full facial tattoos became signs of beauty for every Chin woman of the older generation. There is potential for beauty in everything.....it is the way we see it that makes it beautiful.
With an iron pipe frame in solid white powder coating, white poly rattan in a half-moon webbing pattern and seat cushion in outdoor fabric, the Amanzi Dining Chair offers both unique design and durability.
W 52cm | D 58cm | H 77cm | Seat Height 48cm
Also available in white.
*Product not suitable for full outdoors
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Sunproof offers colour fastness to light, to rubbing, to chlorinated pool water, water repellence, soil & stain repellence, anti-bacterial, anti-mildew and UV resistant.
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