<span>This round 3/4 pretzel arm rattan lounge chair and three-strand round pretzel arm rattan loveseat.
This armchair and sofa pair dates from the 1940s with optional "Martinique Banana Leaf" cushions featuring hand screened/painted Martinique fabric by the original manufacture in Los Angeles.
This pattern was created by decorator Don Loper in 1942 for the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Chair measures: 31" high x 33" deep x 28" wide.
Also available are a matching sofa, end tables and coffee table.
Sofa and Chair price- $4250
Beverly Palm cushions- $2325
Chair can be ordered alone upon request. We also have a large selection of vintage tropical bark cloth and new stock fabrics to choose from. Contact our showroom for me details.
Cushions made to order included. The cushions pictured in these photos are for display use only, we might have them please ask. All cushions are c.o.m. (customers own material) simply send us your Fabric and we will have the cushions made for you. New cushions take 2 weeks to be completed. We always have white Naugahyde cushions in stock.
Designed in the manner of Paul Frankl.
Refinished to new for you.
All rattan, bamboo and wicker furniture has been painstakingly refurbished to the highest standards with the best materials. All refinishing is done by rattan workers with over 20 years of experience in rattan refinishing. Every wrapping and joint has been inspected by “The Rattan Man” Harvey Schwartz to guarantee you the finest product available for years to come for your home or office.
Custom cushions are available C.O.M.
Please inquire about additional pieces available.
Harvey Schwartz is the leading expert in vintage rattan, and author of "Rattan Furniture: Tropical Comfort Throughout the House." Signed copies are available on request for $39.99 USD. The hard bounded 160 page full color book details the fascinating History of Rattan with wonderful vintage and modern day photos of Tropical decors and Rattan; the book is great for any beginner wanting to learn as well as a top resource for dealers and designers alike.</span>