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Original Vienna 18 Bentwood Stool Embossed Seat - Thonet Designed - White

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Seat Height 68cm or 74cm
Seat Width 41cm
Overall Height 100cm or 109cm
Colour White
Seat Material European Beech Timber Bentwood
Frame Material European Beech Timber Bentwood
Made In Europe
Designer Michael Thonet

Details

Among the first bar stool to be mass-produced, Michael Thonet\'s steam-bent wood barstool quickly became an icon widely seen all over 19th-century Paris, Vienna and Berlin. Our Michael Thonet designed No.18 original kitchen stool in white is currently all the rage but this sophisticated barstool is so classic, so iconic, it never goes out of style.

Our original Michael Thonet white No.18 designer stool is offered in a taller, commercial height stool (75cm) and a kitchen dining chair. If you are looking to update your kitchen chairs and kitchen barstools, employing the same design can create a unified, refined design.

Michael Thonet’s No.18 stool is widely regarded as the archetypal European café stool and this iconic stool informed every bentwood design that came after it. First created in 1876, the Michael Thonet No.18 barstool earned its place as a bentwood classic and a much lauded part of design history.

German born Thonet established and cemented the construction of ready-made bentwood furniture designs. The No.18 kitchen stool in white is steeped in European history & carries the long tradition of bentwood furniture classics in to today. Our expertly constructed Vienna cafe stool(68cm), here in white Beechwood, is a Michael Thonet original and a great addition to your kitchen or counter dining. Thonet’s legacy of bentwood furniture designs are currently experiencing an resurgence in popularity given their high quality, affordable chic style.

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Disclaimer

If you take the time to admire you will notice that each product is unique using many pieces of European Beechwood. Based on the nature of natural wood inconsistencies in grain, joins, colour, texture and shape deserve appreciation like strokes on a painting or sculpture.

It is important to note that any stress marks in the timber from the production process will not exacerbate over time. Stresses caused in the bending and joining process are what make these items so impressive. This can be more prevalent in the painted options as the paint tends to highlight these 'perfect imperfections'

Just like us no two are the same. Enjoy.

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