4 G-Plan mid century dining chairs


+44 (0)1903 883018

+44 (0)7794 847488

Mid Century Modern

  • £245
  • €279 Euro
  • $318 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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4 G-Plan mid century dining chairs

Perfect for a mid century inspired interior, branded G-Plan dining chairs with red stickers to the base. Teak frames with beautifully shaped backs. New seat covers in very pale ecru coloured vinyl / faux leather. This is top quality vinyl with a slight texture; its cleanable, hard wearing and designed to look original. Samples are available to be sent upon request. Seats are slightly shaped, wider at front than back. Very comfortable as well as stylish.

Good condition with new seat covers. There have been a couple of quality mends to wood over the years, shown in photographs, but these are small and barely noticeable, otherwise frames very good with all stretchers in good original condition. Some original upholstery in seats has been re-used under new covers so may not conform to all up to date fire regs. as many vintage chairs won't.

DELIVERY: Due to size and weight these will be delivered by independent courier. Please request a quote from us, stating town and postcode
You are also welcome to collect from us in Arundel, West Sussex by advance appointment only

Dimensions below at respective widest points
Seat Height: 44cm


  • H: 91cm (35.83in)
  • W: 49cm (19.29in)
  • D: 49cm (19.29in)


Mid Century Modern

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By phone: +44 (0)1903 883018

Mobile: +44 (0)7794 847488


By Appointment
West Sussex
United Kingdom

POACHERS BARN is a news business set up by an old hand at vintage antiques.  Selling online and based in West Sussex, any viewings will be by appointment only.

Poacher's Barn sells furniture, both rustic and modernist, and unusual decorative items often re-purposed from rural pursuits and the industrial past; we also sell some higher end mid century pieces.

We source our stock from UK and European markets and auctions, really buying anything that catch our eye and we think may consequently appeal to our customers. Age of pieces usually range from the 19th century through to the 1950s.

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