Item no. 8641 / Century Furniture, Raymond Sobota

Raymond Sobota for Century Furniture Hollywood Regency Chinoiserie Dining Chairs – Set of 8


A gorgeous set of eight mid-century modern Hollywood Regency Chinoiserie dining chairs

By Raymond Sobota for Century Furniture, “Chin Hua” Collection

USA, Circa 1970s

Ebonized walnut frames, with cane seat backs on the side chairs and upholstered seats.

Side chairs – 19″W x 22.5″D x 39.5″H. Arm height 24.5″.
Armchairs – 22″W x 21.25″D x 40″H. Seat height 18.5″.

Good original vintage condition.

Matching dining table available separately.

Century Furniture, Raymond Sobota
Circa 1970s
Caning, Paint, Upholstery, Walnut
Condition Notes
Good original vintage condition. Minor surface wear expected with age and use. See photos.

1 in stock

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