ercol Aldbury Chair

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Albury chair features a generous steam bent back and arm bow

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    ercol Aldbury Chair on show at Wadebridge.

    Ercol Albury chair features a generous steam bent back and arm bow, combined with spindles to create classic ercol shapes. Deep Quallofil Blue foam cushions create a chair that is comfortable and timeless. A flexible design for use in any room. This chair is available in 7 wood stains and 3 painted finishes. Seat and back cushions in a selection of the fabulous fabrics from the ercol collection.

    With Quallofil Blue Cushion interiors, a new polyester fibre for sustainable sofa cushions.

    Crafted from solid Ash wood.

    (0710) Ercol Aldbury Chair Width 73 x Height 85 x Depth 79cm

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    ercol in the making

    ercol was established over 100 years ago in 1920, by Italian designer Lucian R Ercolani in High Wycombe, the centre of English furniture making. He was intent on designing and producing relevant and honest furniture. Design and people were the cornerstones of his company from the very beginning. This remains true of the company today, it remains family owned with Lucian’s great grandson heading up the business to continue his beliefs today.

    Design has always been at the heart of ercol. Their designs constantly evolve to reflect how we live today.

    Design is central to ercol – design for comfort, design for function, design for looks. The ercol design studio is a strong in-house pool of design talent. They also commission both well-renowned and upcoming external designers to work with them on projects, bringing their flavours to the ercol style. In-house designers are complemented by a team of draughts men who convert the designs into the detailed technical component drawings necessary to make the furniture, programmers for their CNC machines and the highly skilled craftsmen of their prototype team, who hand-craft the first samples of each design.