High Back Wicker Dining Chairs by Loom Italia
Clean set of 4 Loom Italia ebony wicker dining chairs.
Lloyd Loom was invented by an American, Marshall Burns Lloyd, in 1917. He came up with an idea for an innovative woven material that would offer the benefits of wicker and rattan, without any of the drawbacks. Lloyd started manufacturing chairs from his new material — and they rocketed in popularity.
Across the water, a British furniture maker was taking a keen interest in this furniture phenomenon and Lloyd sold the patent for his design to the London firm, W. Lusty and Sons.
Height: 42 in.
Width: 17.5 in.
Depth: 23.75 in.