Bentwood Slatted Back Dining Chair

from £60.02 exc. vat

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Bentwood Slatted Back Dining Chair

Also available with seat pad - Please ask for details

Available in Antique Walnut and Wenge.

Price for chair shown in Antique Walnut £60.02





The Bentwood Slatted Back Dining Chair is a classic design dating back to the 19th century. Michael Thonet's revolutionary manufacturing method uses steam to bend the wood into shape, ensuring the chairs are not only stylish but extremely durable. The curved design gives maximum comfort whilst showcasing a vintage chic appearance that will look stunning in any venue! 

Popular in Cafes, Pubs, Restaurants and more, these chairs sit comfortably around heritage and contemporary tables and come in two beautiful wood finishes.

As with all the Pubstuff wooden chairs the Bentwood Slatted Back Dining Chair comes fully assembled. It’s constructed in the Pubstuff factories to Contract Furniture strength using traditional robust manufacturing methods.



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Antique Walnut

How to look after your Pub Stuff Furniture

All Pub Stuff wooden furniture products are made from sustainable wood. They are solid wood not veneer. It is a natural product and will have individual grains and markings.

Wood will also expand and contract depending on the humidity and this may mean that sometimes the bolts and screws need tightening on the Pub tables to hold the product firm, this is especially necessary in the first few weeks. Please ensure you do not overtighten.

To keep your Pub Stuff wooden furniture beautiful, you will simply need to wipe with warm soapy water and polish with a wood polish such as Pledge. Some sanitisers will quickly damage your furniture. 

Ensure you do not place hot items directly onto Pub Stuff tables. If it is too hot to hold, it is too hot for the table.

If you need to move your  tables, DO NOT DRAG THEM ACROSS THE FLOOR. Dragging the tables will break your tables and Pub Stuff will not be liable for the damage caused in this way. Tables must be lifted evenly. Poseur tables should be lifted by the pedestal, not the top.