Vintage Nonna rocking chair in blackened bentwood and leather by Paul Tuttle for Strässle International, Switzerland 1970

United Kingdom
$2,073.37

About this vintage design furniture

This is a fine example of a “Nonna” rocking chair designed by Paul Tuttle in 1972 for Strässle International, Switzerland. The materials used on this chair are an attractive combination of tubular chrome, ebonised bentwood, leather and canvas. The seat and backrest consist of a thick black canvas, which is fixed to the frame with a large buckle and strap, onto which the black leather is stitched. The chrome is bright, without pitting; the black ebonised bentwood frame is chip free with just the right amount of patination to the tops of the curved arms; and the thick black leather upholstery is soft, nicely worn and free from rips of tears. Overall this chair is in very good vintage condition, with very little wear. Height 90 cm x Width 57 cm x Depth 95 cm. Seat Height: 42 cm Reference : 309746

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Features

Length
95 cm
Height
90 cm
Depth
57 cm
Seat height
42 cm
Designer
Paul TUTTLE
Condition
Good
Style
Modernist
Period
1970s
Origin
Swiss
Colour
Black
Secondary colour
Silver
Main material
Leather
Other material
Wood

delivery and return

  • Shipped from : United Kingdom
  • Delivery time :
    • 1 week for small items
    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer

Paul TUTTLE

Paul Tuttle was an American furniture designer who was born in 1934 and died in 2002. He studied at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles, then began his career working for furniture manufacturer Directional Furniture.

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