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Caning Canada - Seat Weaving While RVing


Vintage and Antique Chairs for Sale


On Board and Available on Route

Seat Weaving While RVing

Coming to a Town Near You

Caning Canada has brought this iconic piece back to life in sage green with a freshly woven laced Danish cord seat.

Add some Danish design to your home and ease back and rock in an iconic piece designed for pure comfort and bliss.

Designed in 1944, Wegner 's rocker with the sensually curved arms was inspired by traditional Windsor and Shaker furniture, fused with Wegner’s poetic lines.


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.


Dimensions:


Width: 63 cm / 24.8 inch

Depth: 93 cm / 36.6 inch

Height: 107 cm / 42.1 inch

Seat Height: 42 cm / 16.5 inch

This ladder-back Danish midcentury modern side chair in rare Brazilian rosewood is in impeccable condition with a freshly woven Danish cord seat.


The Danish cord is durable, comfortable to sit on, and ages beautifully.

This chair is a stamped Model No 85 Chair by Niels Otto Moller for manufacturer J.L. Moller, 1981.

Make a statement as an accent chair, at your desk, or complete your set.


Dimensions: 


Seat Height: 17 1/2"

Seat Depth: 17"

Seat Width: 19"

Back Height 33"


This is an excellent example of classic Mid-Century Modern Scandinavian design and it can be yours.


Møller furniture is handcrafted by a company founded in 1944 by Niels Otto Møller, a craftsman who "never compromised on anything," says his son. Even today, the company uses old craft traditions like handwoven seats. The company hand-selects raw wood from environmentally friendly sources and polished it by hand. This is an authentic, stamped product of J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik. It is made in Denmark. 

Model 77 is one of the first dining room chairs that Niels Otto Møller designed in the series of "the new modern."

The dining is pure craftsmanship.


Caning Canada has restored this piece of functional art, including the freshly woven Danish cord seat.


The Danish cord is durable, comfortable to sit on, and ages beautifully.


Niels Moller's Side Chair 77 was made in Møbelfabrik J.L. Møller, JLM, since its design in 1959.


The frame's construction consists of solid connections; the wooden pegs interlock at each corner of the seat.

This technique ensures a cross-connection between the chair legs is no longer necessary.


The Model 77 has a flat wooden backrest without armrests, making it practical to place around the table, even in small rooms, as an accent chair, or at a desk.


Thanks to its ingenious design and organic shape, the chair is comfortable.

Møller furniture is handcrafted by a company founded in 1944 by Niels Otto Møller, a craftsman who "never compromised on anything," says his son. Even today, the company uses old craft traditions like handwoven seats. The company hand-selects raw wood from environmentally friendly sources and polished by hand. This is an authentic, stamped product of J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik. It is made in Denmark.


Dimensions:


Height (in): 30.3

Width (in): 19.7

Depth (in): 19.7

Seat Height (in): 17.5

Seat Width (in): 19.75

Seat Depth (in): 19.75

Back Height (in): 30.5

Caning Canada has restored this piece of functional art so you can make a statement as an accent chair, at your desk, or to complete your set.


The Danish cord is durable, comfortable to sit on, and ages beautifully.


Poul Cadovius designed the PIA Dining Chair for Royal Persiennen in 1958 and launched the chair in 1959.


He wanted to create a chair in the spirit of the time, inspired by other design chairs of the fifties, but lighter and more "petite," both in physical weight and design expression. The chair design has a "less is more" concept, focusing on the least possible material consumption while maintaining a high level of detail and excellent comfort.


The thin, conical-shaped solid wooden legs give a light visual expression, emphasized by two fine details; the hand-sanded rounding at the top of the back legs and the finger-jointed front legs. The woven laced natural Danish cord seat provides further depth and charter, and the backrest is moulded, providing optimal seating comfort.


Dimensions:


18.9" W x 19.29" D x 29.53" H | Seat: 17.72" H x 16.54" D

(48 x 49 x 75 | 45 x 42 cm)


Poul Cadovius was born in Frederiksberg in 1911. Originally trained as a saddler and upholster, Cadovius became interested in industrial design and established his furniture manufacturing company Royal Systems in 1945.

Cadovius purchased France & Son in the 1960s, credited with the industrialization of teak furniture production. Cadovius renamed the company CADO.

Caning Canada has just restored this beautiful set of two teak Poul Volther dining chairs.


Freshly woven Danish cord seats provide the depth and character offered by handwoven craftsmanship.

The Danish cord is durable, comfortable to sit on, and ages beautifully.


Chair Number 361 was designed by Poul Volther and produced by Frem Rojle in Denmark, and manufactured in the 1960s.


Poul M. Volther (1923-2001) belonged to a generation of architects with solid roots in the very best of craft.

He succeeded Børge Mogensen as artistic director of FDB Møbler in 1950.


Poul M. Volther loved the simple manufacture of fine materials.

All that's missing is you.

Maybe bring a friend?

(We have two)


Mid Century Modern Rope Chair restored with soft sage green to set off the character of the laced Danish cord.


This timeless, versatile Danish-style chair is perfect for extra seating, to use in a small living space, to bring along on a picnic, to sit peacefully sipping some tea or wine for a pick-me-up, or to lose yourself underneath a tree in the breeze.


When you're finished, fold it up, then tuck it away. These incredible space-saving chairs are perfect for your pop-up home office. Unfolded and in work-ready mode. Its folded size is less than 5" deep and 38" tall, which makes it easy to store under a bed or small closet. This MCM chair is also the answer to the unexpected dinner guest or extra seating anywhere on an excursion, in your home, or office.


The chair has been restored to its former glory.


Stamped "YUGOSLAVIA," the 1960s.


Dimensions:


30" H x 24" D x 18" W, Seat: 16" H

Caning Canada has restored two vintage Gio Ponti style ladder back chairs.

Painted a soft and warm sage green to compliment the tones of the freshly woven seagrass seats.

We have two chairs and are selling separately for $200 each.