• Antelope Standard chair , 1951, Ernest race, Race furniture
  • Antelope Standard chair , 1951, Ernest race, Race furniture
  • Antelope Standard chair , 1951, Ernest race, Race furniture

Antelope Standard chair , 1951

Antelope Standard by Ernest Race for Race Furniture.

Race designed progressive and enduring furniture. His work was critically acclaimed and awarded.

Over a short time frame Ernest Race embraced formed plywood and solid wood seating, cast recycled aluminium, organic, flowing upholstery designs and skeletal steel rod structures. The Antelope is possibly Race’s most familiar design, now synonymous with the Festival of Britain.

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Antelope Standard by Ernest Race for Race Furniture.

Race designed progressive and enduring furniture. His work was critically acclaimed and awarded.

Over a short time frame Ernest Race embraced formed plywood and solid wood seating, cast recycled aluminium, organic, flowing upholstery designs and skeletal steel rod structures. The Antelope is possibly Race’s most familiar design, now synonymous with the Festival of Britain.

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56w x 56d x 46/81.5cmh

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Powder-coated steel rod frame available in a range of colours. Available with oak veneer moulded seat in matt danish oil. Also available in a black stained gabon ply against a surcharge.

Seat pad available upholstered in fabrics of the collection. Please enquire for details.

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Ernest Race designed progressive and enduring furniture.

Ernest Race designed progressive and enduring furniture.

His work was critically acclaimed and awarded. Over a short time frame Ernest Race embraced formed plywood and solid wood seating, cast recycled aluminium, organic, flowing upholstery designs and skeletal steel rod structures. The Antelope is possibly Race’s most familiar design, now synonymous with the Festival of Britain.

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