Leather chair and ottoman by Percival Lafer now specially reduced on Vintage Seekers

In honour of this original 1950s leather chair and ottoman by Percival Lafer appearing in The Telegraph Magazine’s Design Notebook, it is now being offered at a special reduced price on 20th Century design and collectibles site Vintage Seekers.
July 27, 2011 - PRLog -- This rosewood and tan leather armchair and ottoman set is an iconic example of mid-century furniture design. It is a real collectors item that combines both comfort and style.

Dating from the 1950s and produced by Brazil’s most influential furniture designer Percival Lafer, it features a solid rosewood frame and is furnished with supple leather straps and its original buttoned upholstery.

The chair and ottoman set was recently featured in the Telegraph Magazine’s Design Notebook, as an example of the design pieces that can be found on Vintage Seekers. Vintage Seekers was listed as one of the best websites for buying vintage and antique furniture online.

To celebrate its inclusion in the Telegraph’s Design Notebook the price of the chair has been specially reduced by £300.  It is available to buy directly from the Vintage Seekers website.

Vintage Seekers is a unique site dedicated to original 20th century design and collectibles. Inspired by the authenticity, style and integrity of products that have stood the test of time, bringing together the best examples of design, fashion, motoring, watches, wine and memorabilia.


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