Ethiopia Butterfly Chair | BlackWC-659B
RRP incl. GST | Trade price excl. GST
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With a passion for native culture, Head Designer Charl van Heerden found his latest inspiration in the geometrical form of the Ethiopian cross, creating a design concept that nurtures refined shapes and natural materials.
The hand-woven Ethiopia Occasional Chair combines a timeless butterfly silhouette with a unique patterned design inspired by the intricate details of the Ethiopian cross.
Truly designed for functionality, aesthetics and cultural significance, the Ethiopia Occasional Chair is an elegant addition to any space, carrying with its individuality, purity and its own story - the perfect occasional chair for easy styling in any space.
Black powder-coated iron frame with handwoven rattan painted black, finished with a clear lacquer topcoat.
W 84cm | D 82m | H 97cm
For longevity natural rattan is recommended for indoor use only
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