Four walnut Dining Chairs designed by Tommi Parzinger 1946
W: 49cm (19.3")H: 89cm (35")D: 45cm (17.7")
Four Walnut dining chairs designed by Tommi Parzinger for John Siddeley in England. The chairs have been reupholstered in Art Deco style contemporary fabric by Romo. These dining chairs are Hollywood Regency which was a style adopted in the 30`s and 40`s by the Interior Designers who decorated homes for the Hollywood super stars of that era. Hollywood Regency was all about glitz and glamour in Interiors. Tommi Parzinger was born in Germany but settled in New York in 1935. He was a sort after furniture designer who had a very fashionable showroom on Maddison Avenue. He designed for different manufacturers throughout the world. These particular chairs were made for John Siddeley in England. Two out of the four chairs have their original labels under the seat.
These chairs are very chic and would suit a small dining space. They would look very elegant around a card table, alternatively, if they were separated and sold as a pair, they would suit a hall or landing.