• Margret chair, Sika design
  • Margret chair, Sika design
  • Margret chair, Sika design

Margret chair

Margret chair by Sika Design.

The Margret chair is one of Sika's newest rattan chairs to join their handcrafted collection. The inviting dining chair features gentle curves to provide maximum comfort and is perfectly placed for the restaurant or private dining.

Founded in 1940 by Ankjær Andreasen, Sika Design remains a family-run business producing handmade wicker furniture. The company focus on comfort, quality and sustainability in all design and manufacturing processes.

 

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Margret chair by Sika Design.

The Margret chair is one of Sika's newest rattan chairs to join their handcrafted collection. The inviting dining chair features gentle curves to provide maximum comfort and is perfectly placed for the restaurant or private dining.

Founded in 1940 by Ankjær Andreasen, Sika Design remains a family-run business producing handmade wicker furniture. The company focus on comfort, quality and sustainability in all design and manufacturing processes.

 

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53w x 40d x 45/88cmh

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Available in natural rattan, for indoor use only.

Care:

Wash with mild soap water. Use a sponge or brush to remove stains if necessary.

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Founded in 1940 by Ankjær Andreasen, Sika Design remains a family fun business producing handmade wicker furniture. The company focus on comfort, quality and sustainability in all design and manufacturing processes.

Founded in 1940 by Ankjær Andreasen, Sika Design remains a family fun business producing handmade wicker furniture. The company focus on comfort, quality and sustainability in all design and manufacturing processes.

The name comes from the Sika deer which is light and elegant. The company was established in Mossø, where, during the war, there was growing unemployment and shortage of raw materials. The production was based on free raw materials, such as straw from the fields after harvest and reeds gathered from the marshes. After the war, there was also a production of baskets made from wicker in the state prison of Horsens.

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