Seller: seeherenow2lala (43) 0%, Location: Berkhamsted, Herts. HP4 3DT, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 390825548122 Condition: Refurbished using Pirelli webbing and reupholstered with Ercol fabric., Product Type: Armchairs, Original/Reproduction: Original, Age: Post-1950, Material: Beech, Details: seeherenow2lala Store Ercol No.427 Easy Chair Designed by Lucien Ercolani Manufactured in High Wycombe, England Circa 1965 These chairs were part of a new range developed on the principle of "Free Floating Sitting" Ercol had come up with a design which dispensed with wooden cross rail for support and replaced these with very strong rubber webbing. Also, this modular furniture could be used in a variety of arrangements including putting three together to make a comfortable sofa. More of the original details can be found on the ercol website archive pages. These chairs are now relatively hard to come by as they are no longer reproduced as part of Ercols back catalogue. All three chairs have been completely overhauled and as such are in excellent overall similar condition. The sturdy beech frames have been lightly sanded and re-waxed. They do retain signs of wear and tear from normal every day use including some minor scuffs and scratches as expected for their vintage, all adding character! Each frame has had all the webbing replaced, using Pirelli rubber straps. The cushion covers have all been reupholstered using Ercol fabric and includes piping detail to seat and back as per the original covers. The covers have zips so that they can be easily be removed for dry cleaning. Velcro strips keep the cushions in place and secure the back cushion flap to cover the webbing to the rear of the frame in keeping with the original design features. All new materials used in the refurbishment of these chairs conform to the current fire and safety regulations. Please see the photographs for more details such as fabric colour and style. If you only wish to purchase one chair, please state whether you would prefer chair 1 or chair 2 or chair 3, as named on the photographs. Height..................31" (789mm) Width.............20" (508mm) Overall Depth............30" (762mm) Collection only please from Berkhamsted, Herts.