Dutch Colonial Indonesian Cane and Wood Plantation Chair with Extending Arms
DimensionsW: 28.5" | D: 44.0" | H: 37.0"
An antique Dutch Colonial Indonesian cane and wood plantation chair from the 20th century with extending arms and turned baluster legs. This antique Dutch Colonial Indonesian plantation chair from the 20th century is an exquisite blend of form and function, showcasing the artistry of the Dutch Colonial era in Indonesia. Crafted from sturdy wood and adorned with traditional cane weaving, this chair boasts extending arms and elegant turned baluster legs that elevate its timeless design.
The plantation chair features a generously sized, curved seat and a sloping backrest, both expertly crafted with caning to provide comfort and breathability in tropical climates. The caning adds a sense of airiness and lightness to the chair, making it an inviting spot to relax and unwind.
A standout feature of this Dutch Colonial Indonesian chair is the extending arms, which can be adjusted to offer optimum support for the user. These versatile arms showcase an ingenious design that not only adds to the chair's visual appeal but also enhances its functionality.
The turned baluster legs of the chair in the front exhibit the impeccable craftsmanship and attention to detail that define Dutch Colonial Indonesian furniture. These gracefully shaped legs not only provide stability and support but also contribute to the chair's overall elegance and sophistication.
With its harmonious blend of wood and cane, this antique Dutch Colonial Indonesian plantation chair is a stunning representation of the fusion of Dutch and Indonesian design aesthetics. Its extending arms, turned baluster legs, and expertly crafted caning create a piece that is not only beautiful but also functional, offering a comfortable and stylish seating option that will make a striking statement in any interior setting.
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