A set of six original dining chairs designed by Douglas Snelling in the early 1950’s. Snelling’s furniture was made in various woods, mostly silver ash and Queensland maple, which were more readily available during Australia’s post-war austerity than other species. The standard cotton webbing colors initially were cyclamen, creole brown, catalina blue, and cactus green. Fawn was added in the early 1950s.

Second hand/Ex-display/New: Second hand

Brand/Maker/Artist: Douglas Snelling

Model: Snelling Line Project 464

Dimensions: H780mm X W 410mm X D400mm, SH 470mm

Style: Mid-Century Modern

Materials: Wood and Cotton

Colour and pattern: Brown, Green

Condition: Moderate:used, shows obvious signs of wear and tear, needs some TLC though structurally sound

Alterations and defects: These chairs have various impressions in wood, wear in varnish, marks and joins commensurate with age although structurally sound. The webbing is wearing in some locations. Please refer to photographs.

Inspected: Yes

Offers & Inspections accepted: Yes – please click the ‘Ask a Question’ link below.