Frame Colour: Black lacquered
Cover Colour: Black
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The little brother of “Steven”, “Sydney” has a seat height of 65cm and is ideal for use as a bar stool. It is also suitable for use as a lower make-up stool, if a 75cm seat height is too tall.
The American film director, producer and actor Sydney Pollack was known for directing the films Out of Africa, The Firm and The Scalphunters.As an actor, he had roles in Death Becomes Her, Will & Grace, The Interpreter and Michael Clayton.His new adaptation of Billy Wilder’s original work Sabrina was nominated for two Oscars and three Golden Globes. Out of Africa was nominated for 11 Oscars in total, and won 7!
The black lacquer protects the solid beech wood and masks the grain of the wood to near invisibility. This gives this chair, produced exclusively in the EU, a very clean, modern look. The hinges and/or fittings are all made exclusively of steel.Please notice that beech wood is not weather-proof. You should not leave the chair outside permanently. Please simply fold it and store it, if it is not used.For mere outdoor purpose we recommend our directors chair Oscar in Iroko wood (similar to teak).
The black durable covers are made from polyacryl. They are lightfast and water resistant and will maintain their intense dark color for many years.
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