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Art Deco Desk Chair Pair Designed by Paul Mathieu for Stephanie Odegard

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"Introducing the Art Deco Desk Chair Pair, a stunning set of Art Deco Desk Chairs designed by the renowned Paul Mathieu for Stephanie Odegard. These elegant Art Deco desk chairs boast a unique curved profile that exudes a sophisticated and timeless charm, making them the perfect addition to any modern or Classic interior. Crafted with utmost care and attention to detail, these Art Deco Desk Chairs are made to order and are available in twelve metal clad finishes, ensuring that you can choose the perfect one to match your individual style and taste. The use of high-quality materials and expert craftsmanship ensure that each desk chair is not only beautiful but also a true piece of art. The curved legs and side arms of these Art Deco Desk Chairs are hand carved from solid pieces of teak. Pattern makers trace and cut complex forms that will cover the chair in a skin of copper or purest silver (assayed at 96% purity, beyond sterling at 92.5%). The metal finishes will tarnish over time. Regular non-abrasive household metal polishes can be used to restore the original lustre. Overall, if you're looking for a piece of furniture that combines luxury, comfort, and style, then the Art Deco Desk Chair Pair is an excellent choice. With their distinctive curved profile and multiple finish options, this chair set is sure to elevate the look of any room it is placed in and be a beloved addition to your home or office for years to come. Art Deco Desk Chair Pair Designed by Paul Mathieu for Stephanie Odegard Size: 26"" L x 27"" W x 33"" H Materials: White Bronze Metal sheet, Teak, Wood, Metal Techniques: Cast, handcrafted, hand carved, Metal Work, Wood Work, Polished Please note that moisture in the air, sudden changes in temperature, and natural movement of wood over time may cause the metal to wrinkle or bubble up. We use well-seasoned, reclaimed teak and high-quality marine-grade MDF (wherever technically possible) to avoid and delay the above-mentioned changes. However, a perfect stability of the metal cannot be guaranteed. Please note that our smooth finish metal clad pieces may have some unavoidable tool marks. This is proof that everything is done by hand. The smooth finish will not come out like a machine-made perfect surface, and the master artisan will do their best to make it look as good, clean, stable, and perfect as they possibly can.".
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