This safari armchair was made by M. Hayat & Brothers during the 1960s. The frame is made of solid rosewood with a beautiful and strong grain. The armrests, seat and o are made of leather, which supports constipation lined with linen, and everything can be made of a solid bridge. M. Hayat & Brothers produced the light of the master of the second seat based on the model of the English armchair. This armchair is easy to make without any tools, it sits and rests in a roll, the rest are folded. Due to this, the piece of furniture is safe for transport, which will be especially nomadic as an introduction. M. Hays Brothers has been manufacturing website, meals and rosewood for over 140 years. This copy was made in Pakistan.
This armchair is in original vintage condition. The seat is 38 cm high.
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