Pair of leather lounge chairs.


1 in stock

These leather lounge chairs, once a part of the 60s collection at the renowned Maskrey’s furniture store in Cardiff, are now available for comfort. With solid wood frames and caramel leather upholstery, these chairs are in good vintage condition, showing only normal wear and tear due to age. While the designer and the crafting company remain a mystery, I can assure you that these chairs are not just a piece of history but also the most comfortable lounge chairs you’ll ever experience.

Robert Maskrey was an influential furniture retailer and philanthropist. He ran the Welsh retailer Maskreys from 1970 to 2011 and had a 50-year career in the furniture industry.
He played a key role in introducing many of mainland Europe’s top furniture design brands to the UK for the first time. Known for his love of design and as one of the trade’s best buyers, he frequented furniture shows worldwide. In the 1950s, Maskreys became a specialist in sourcing and stocking innovative, contemporary home furnishings. It was recognized for showcasing the latest designs and styles and pioneering trends.
The company was the first to bring blond wood from Scandinavia to the UK in the 1950s, and it also introduced Ligne Roset and Hulsta to the UK in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

From right to left: 90 cm
From forward to rear: 87 cm
Height: 80 cm