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Mid Century Teak New Yorker Armchair

S/N:BH1455

+44 (0)1283 617377

+44 (0)7768 266266

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1960s

  • £505.00 Delivery included in the purchase price
  • €587 Euro
  • $711 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2016
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Guy Rogers Teak New Yorker Armchair Mid Century 1960s

Great looking 1960s armchair from Guy Rogers with lovely contours to the well designed, solid teak frame. One of Guy Rogers best designed chairs by Eric Pamphilon and George Fryer showing off those paddle arm rests and a decent deep comfortable seat. These would have been retailed exclusively through Heals stores.

The New Yorker was designed around 1965 and survives the test of time well – still looking very stylish and dare we say elegant. This one has received a light repolish to the frame which is pleasingly in tone – expect day to day wear. We have replaced the foam on the woven wool tweed fabric seat and the webbing is good.

A very nice lounge chair ready to place.

Dimensions - Overall: Height 91cm x Width 68cm x Depth 83cm
Dimensions - Specifically the Seat: Height 42cm x Width 54cm x Depth 49cm

Martina an interior designer qualified from The Inchbald School of Design London partners up with Wayne an ardent gatherer in offering an attention-grabbing, appealing mix of British furniture and lighting from anywhere between 1750-2000, of all genres. We have an ever-changing flow of interesting stock which works well for home, commercial spaces and interior designers.

Billy Hunt has successfully focused on British furniture and lighting since 2015. Our base is a 3,000sq foot space on a wonderful country estate in Staffordshire which you are more than welcome to visit, just let us know.

When purchasing from us we include delivery within mainland UK in the purchase price and liaise with you to ensure delivery is as swift and as smooth as possible. Please call or email for quotes to Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Isles and for World-wide shipping.

Our website www.billyhunt.co.uk typically has more images and more information about us.
If in any doubt and /or wish to chat over a piece then please give us a call 01283 617377 / 07768 266266

Dimensions: 

  • H: 91cm (35.83in)
  • W: 68cm (26.77in)
  • D: 83cm (32.68in)

Period: 

1960s

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BILLY HUNT

By Appointment
8 Callingwood Hall Farm
Callingwood Lane
Nr Tatenhill
Staffordshire
DE13 9SH
United Kingdom

WWW.BILLYHUNT.CO.UK

Billy Hunt is an independent partnership based in a wonderful Victorian Farming Buiding once used to stable Dray Horses for Bass Brewery and with the assistance of technology, enjoys serving customers nationally and internationally. The collaboration of successful Interior Designer Martina Reitbauer and Ardent Gatherer Wayne Lawless brings to you an exciting and ever evolving selection of items for your home which do not have the constraints of a particular era, no onus on any particular style or a brand agenda to respect.

We choose to source across the UK believing that the British Isles offers a splendid mix of fine quality, true eccentricity, creative design and exceptional craftsmanship which very few can equal.

We take pleasure in gathering pieces from country houses, time-worn factories and auctions travelling extensively to seek out the appealing. You will notice when viewing our collection, we are not afraid to evolve furniture, recognise the need to modernise but are also content to leave “as found” aiming to create a piece or pieces that are beautiful, distinctive and a delight to live with.

Our wish is to show you some wonderful items that you would love to own and offer a service which is personal, professional, considerate and a pleasurable experience. You are able to view our stock in person by appointment, just contact us to arrange a convenient time here.

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