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PLEASE NOTE that this product is custom made to order, and cannot be exchanged, returned or cancelled. And because of its size and or does not automatically qualify for free shipping. We will happily send you a shipping quote when you have ordered this product. If you would like to know shipping costs prior to ordering, feel free to send us a message at [email protected]
As a progression of the Windsor chair, this love seat offers a large, outward shaped elm seat, moulded for comfort. The bent beech chair bow is an attractive and unique shape, reminiscent of its Windsor heritage. Turned lists that structure the back of this seat for two, and tapered legs give this piece a distinctive ercol feel. Coupled with the 382 plank table or used as a standalone piece, this unique love seat will be the focus of your living space.
Please note there are different finishes to choose from. As seen on the last picture from top to bottom
Natural JM Ash
Dead Matt Ash
W 117cm D 53cm H 78cm SH 47cm
Natural Beech & Stained Elm.
Lucian R Ercolani, or the "Old Man" as he is affectionately know in the company, founded ercol in 1920. Born in Italy in 1888, Lucian's family moved to London in the 1890s. There he went to night school at the Shoreditch Technical Institute where he studied drawing, design and the theory and construction of furniture. In 1907 he made his first piece of furniture - a musical cabinet, inlaid with mother of pearl. Years later the company tracked this down and we still have it to this day.
Between 1910 to 1920, The Old Man worked in the design teams for what would later become Parker Knoll and G-Plan, before founding ercol in 1920. He designed the company's products for many years. The Windsor range remains one of the most popular ranges over half a century after it was first launched in its original guise, whilst a few years ago ercol reintroduced some of Lucian's classic designs, which now form the ercol Originals.