Chairs are sometimes salvaged in pairs but are most frequently single finds. The selection regards pre-1950 artisanal wooden chairs used in rural homes of Central and Eastern Europe. All specimens are functional and sturdy despite the age as they were made with high quality solid wood (mainly fir, but also beech, mulberry and fruitwood) by skillful woodworkers. All have seen a lot of use and many present layered paint coats and signs of reparations. The chairs do not need any restoration work to be used. All are inspected before sale and if needed lightly restored with the sole purpose of preserving the conditions in which they were found.
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