Chair with an open framed back formed of six verticle pieces of English ash, and a seat upholstered in dark leather.
Materials and techniques
English ash with leather cushion. Legs taken from outside edge of board to provide more spring on the back. Mortise and tenon joints. Leather cushion made by Janis Thatcher. Normal tradition chairmaking techniques with mortise and tenon joints. Top rail joined top of back legs with the help of four inch long and quarter inch diameter aluminium rod. Upright slats are not steam bent but simply fixed to the top rail and then tensioned to achieve the right shape before fixing to the lower back rail.