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Vintage and Antique Caned Chairs for Sale


Cesca's, Bistro Chairs, Bentwood Rockers, Antique Chairs

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Set of Seven Restored Honey Cesca Chairs with New Cane- $2,450

Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale

The set includes five side chairs and two armchairs - $2,450


Can be split into 


Set of four to include two armchairs and two side chairs - $1,600


Individual side chairs - $350 


Don’t miss this opportunity.

The honey sets are very rare and are a highly desired finish.


"There had never been a chair like it. It was structurally daring and embodied many key aspirations of modernist design that were equally applicable to architecture and furniture," said Christopher Wilk, curator at London's Victoria & Albert Museum. "It was made of an industrial material symbolic of the machine age and was visually transparent because materials were reduced to a minimum, giving it an abstract quality."


The Chair's revelatory use of material and straightforward form made it an international sensation—nothing like it existed at the time. "Breuer simply changed the course of 20th-century furniture," commented J. Steward Johnson, Curator of the Museum of Modern Art's Department of Architecture and Design, leading up to the 1981 exhibition Marcel Breuer: Furniture and Interiors. "He is seminal. He started it all and made everything happen."


The structure is not just a means to a solution. It is also a principle and a passion.


Marcel Breuer


The unique cantilevered structure and simple design elements make the Cesca so unique. The lack of bracing creates a lighter-weight chair with some flex – not rigid and uncomfortable like many other chairs on the market. The single bent steel pipe also helps make the Chair lighter. The materials are readily available and easy to acquire.

Set of Two Restored Cesca Chairs with New Cane - $700

Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale
Cesca Chairs for Sale

Antique Handwoven Cane Chair - $250

This petite antique handwoven cane chair brings a generous amount of charm with its ornate design.


Practical, lightweight and organic, this chair is sure to make an impact in your home, offering an airy feeling along with its rich history. 


Celebrate the hand of the maker and the beauty found in imperfection with this beautiful antique chair that offers deep roots in natural materials, craftsmanship, and authenticity. 

Hand Caned Bistro Chairs - $245 each

Bistro chairs demand attention.


 Bistro chairs provide the framework for kitchen social gatherings, and whether you want to sit around the table and laugh with friends or quietly sip a cuppa, the design is lightweight and moveable while remaining sturdy and comfortable. 


Bistro chairs sometimes referred to as French café chairs, are a big hit in the design world. The chairs that decorate the cobblestone sidewalks of Paris are now inside our homes to add a flare and fun inside our kitchens and dining rooms. 


Perfect as a stand-alone accent chair for your desk, sitting table, or entryway. 

Vintage Child’s Bentwood Rocking Chair with New Cane - $200

This vintage child's rocking chair has been fully restored and painted a playful sage green. 

It's simply adorable.


The rocking chair we have on offer is a reproduction of an amazing timeless design.

The Gebrüder Thonet company was founded in 1819 by Michael Thonet to produce his chairs using a unique process of bending wood ("bentwood") that he designed. The company is still in business today, run by the fifth generation of Thonets, with headquarters in Frankenberg, Germany. The Thonet company is still best known for its bentwood caned rocking chairs, the first of which appeared in 1860. These have remained remarkably consistent in style since their first appearance as there is no reason to change such a remarkable design.


Rocking chairs are often seen as a place of nurturing, as the gentle rocking motion soothes infants and sends them off to sleep. They don't just soothe infants, they soothe everyone. 


Why?


Rocking chairs so comfortable because, when a user sits in one without rocking, the chair automatically rocks backward until the sitter's center of gravity is found providing an ergonomic comfort at an un-stressed position and angle.


The gentle rocking motion has been shown to provide a faster onset of sleep as it  mimics a parent rocking a child to sleep.


Not just for adults, for children and their favorite little friends too.