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This French Line Deck Chair by Authentic Models is a true replica of a 1920s Lady's chair from a famous French shipping line. It stands out because of the sleekness and elegance of its shape. With a gorgeously crafted mahogany back and armrests, elegantly curved legs and intricately woven rattan extendable seat, it is a true statement piece of furniture.
Deck chairs such as these adorned the promenade decks of luxury transatlantic steamers in the 1920s. They would be used by rich and affluent travellers in the early morning, as stewards bustled around with heated blankets and trays of tea and chocolate. The extendable seat was perfect for those who wanted to stretch out a bit and enjoy the attached leg-rest, or hocker as it was then called. These chairs are taller than most deck chairs, and were often grouped around tables for the more talkative guests, sharing the latest gossip of the day. Relive days on board the SS Lusitania, the France and the Nieuw Amsterdam, all plying the Atlantic route between various European ports of call and New York, the point of entry for the United States of America and the roaring twenties.
Time to Relax
With its air of gentle relaxation and its highly comfortable seat, this deck chair is ideal for conservatories, orangeries or garden rooms, or for simply placing outside on a warm summer's day.
Product Code: CF250 Brand: Authentic Models Material: Cherry Wood Colour: Brown Furniture Type: Deck Chair
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