Swivel chair

A typical swivel-chair action is shown in 485:1, together with 485:2 swivel metal chair action, and 485:3 matching metal settee support. This type of chair should have a fairly firm seat, and the foam padding can be placed on a plywood base. Sturdy cross-bearers are fixed under the seat to take the swivel arms.

476 Richard La Trobe Bateman: dining chair in brown oak
Folding Chair David Colwell
477 & 478 David Colwell: folding chairs and matching foot stool in steamed and turned ash

479 (left) Lucinda Leech: chair of solid and

479 (left) Lucinda Leech: chair of solid and

Richard Latrobe Bateman
481 Rod Wales: two-seater settee in figured sycamore with cushions upholstered in cotton chintz

482 Lounge chairs

482 Lounge chairs

483 Lounge chair in American black walnut. Designed by T.A. Marsh, Brighton College of Art

484 Easy chair in afrormosia. Designed and made at Brighton College of Art

485 Swivel chair and metal actions
486 Stool and seat frame details

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