Materials: Beautifully crafted from teakwood/ rosewood/ oakwood / beechwood.
Wood Finish: All surfaces are sanded in a hand mechanic manner to avoid the use of chemical strippers and re-polished with high-quality oils to give a "good as new" professional finish. All the products used in the restoration process are environment-friendly
Construction: Joints are stress tested to ensure they are sturdy and solid. All items shown are fully restored and ready for shipping.
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Mid-Century teak sideboard designed by White and Newton for McIntosh in the 1960s.
A strong linear form defines the elegant furniture produced by the British manufacturer White and Newton. Under the design direction of the talented Arthur Edwards, the firm produced impressive high-end furniture that is often defined by its clean, modern lines as well as its austere linear form.
Dimension 213×45 H75cm
Mid Century Ercol rocking chair in light elm. This rocking chair was designed in the 1960s by the furniture designer Lucian Ercolani for the manufacturer Ercol.
The shape and functionality make it an iconic design that continues to influence design and manufacture to this day.
This Ercol rocking chair is an old example of how elm was used. Nowadays, the new editions are heavier and made in Oak, Ash or Beech.
Ercol was established 101 years ago in 1920 by Italian designer Lucian R Ercolani in High Wycombe, the centre of English furniture making.
Although he intended to design and produce relevant and honest furniture, design and people were the cornerstones of his company from the very beginning. This remains true of the company today as it remains family-owned with Lucian’s grandson and great-grandson both in the business to continue his beliefs today. Design has always been at the heart of Ercol and has influenced a whole generation of designers worldwide.
Total height 94cm
Seat height 31cm
Armrest height 70cm
Total Length 76cm
Inside length 52cm
Total Width 78cm
This rocking chair was in a very poor state when it came to our workshop, thanks to our expertise restorer who use all his skills the rocking chair looks beautiful and sturdy and it is ready for a new life.
Professionally restorer, dismantle in full some parts remade with old elmwood to match the texture and colour.
It has been sanded and re-polished with an extra transparent finish to show the beauty of the elm grain.