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Art Deco Desk Chair in Smooth Copper by Paul Mathieu for S. Odegard

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Introducing the Art Deco Chairs, a stunning Art Deco Chairs set designed by the renowned Paul Mathieu for Stephanie Odegard. This elegant Art Deco Chair duo boasts a unique curved profile that exudes a sophisticated and timeless charm, making it the perfect addition to any modern or classic interior. Crafted with utmost care and attention to detail, these Art Deco 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 Art Deco Chair is not only beautiful but also a true piece of art. The curved legs and side arms of this Art Deco Chair 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, white bronze, brass or antiqued white bronze The metal finishes will tarnish over time. Regular non-abrasive household metal polishes can be used to restore the original luster. Overall, if you're looking for a piece of furniture that combines luxury, comfort, and style, then the Art Deco Chairs is an excellent choice. With its 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 for years to come. The images shown in this listing are shot in different lighting conditions and/or are 3D illustrations. We encourage our customers to please request a sample or a full sample set of 12 finishes so that they can experience the finish first hand. Art Deco Desk Chair in Smooth Copper by Paul Mathieu for S. Odegard Size- 26"x 27"x 33"H Materials - Copper, Metal sheet, Teak, Wood, Metal Techniques: Hand-Crafted, Hand-Carved, Metal Work, Wood Work, Metal Wrapping, Polished Please note that moisture in air, sudden change in temperature and natural movement of wood over time causes 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 mentioned changes. However a perfect stability of metal cannot be guaranteed. Please note that our smooth finish metal clad pieces will 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/perfect as he possibly can. The antique white bronze finish is hand done by using an acidic chemical over the white bronze finish to recreate a natural patination. Like with the natural patination of silver, copper, or brass, the final result and color uniformity of the patina cannot be guaranteed. The goal of this finish is to achieve rainbow-like shades with dull, shiny, cloudy, and streaky patches to give an illusion of antiquing. Please note: None of our metal clad pieces are treated with a protective “finish” thus enabling the items to age naturally over time. We will of course polish them well before we pack them. a) Copper oxidizes faster than the other metals. In six to twelve months it will most likely lose its shine and will gradually turn to different shades of brown and/or green/blue. This aging process and its effect is referred to as verdigris. After a year the piece should not change much more. Copper does not rust, but does require periodic cleaning in order to retain its original shine if that the preferred option. ('BRASSO' or any known copper polish can be used to polish copper). b) Brass retains its shine for far longer than others, but will tarnish if not cleaned on occasion. ('BRASSO' is made to polish brass). c) White bronze, has the least tendency to show age or tarnish. If kept in a controlled climate, this metal will hold its shine for years. It can be cleaned with a cleanser and polished with a cloth. d) The antiqued white bronze finish will react with the natural elements the fastest in the beginning but it too will stop reacting and will settle down in a stable state like copper after 6-12 months. Since it is already antiqued and looked like it is tarnished, as described in an earlier message, this fast reaction will not change the over all look. In that way this surface is most forgiving. The images shown in this listing are shot in different lighting conditions and/or are 3D illustrations. We encourage our customers to please request a sample or a full sample set of 12 finishes so that they can experience the finish first hand.
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