Handwoven and handprinted mudcloth from Mali is upholstered on two 1950s-60s neoclassic dining chairs. Striking as a single or pair, they will want to be shown off as side or accent chairs, but are most comfortable at table.
Traditional method of 8-way hand-tied springs and handsewn natural fiber spring pad covered with cotton and muslin upholstered. No foam to degrade on these chairs which speaks to the quality and longevity of well made vintage seating. Natural french nailheads trim front cabriole legs.