Guillerme et Chambron Set of Six Dining Chairs in Solid Oak

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Guillerme et Chambron, set of 6 dining chairs 'Marie Claire', oak and fabric, France, 1960.

Set of six solid oak dining chairs by Guillerme and Chambron. These chairs show the characteristic frame of this French designer duo. Tapered legs with reversed tapered legs at the back. The backrests of these chairs are beautifully curved and sculpted. This brings more elegance to this design. The cushions on the seating maximize the comfort of these beautiful chairs. 

These chairs are upholstered in green and yellow fabric, which is in fair condition. It shows signs of age and use, with here and there minior losses. May you prefer another color of fabric or real leather, reupholstery is of course possible.

The French designer duo Jacques Chambron (1914-2001) and Robert Guillerme (1913-1990) started their production in the Post-War period in Lille. Together with manufacturer Émile Dariosecq they founed Votre Maison from 1949 onwards. They installed themselves in an old factory were the machinery was used to make rifles. They saw the potential of these machinery and decided to continue production as it was installed and used them for the design of their high back chairs. The line of different furniture pieces was made in small editions. They call their collection “Votre Maison” which means “Your home.”. Their collaboration was unique as it was Guillerme who designed the furniture, Chambron who decorated the homes and Dariosecq who produced the furniture. Guillerme and Chambron are seen as the creative force behind Votre Maison and many of the furniture by this duo this shows a strong character and has great expressive woodwork, original bold figures of an durable strong quality.

Product details

  • condition Good
  • creator Guillerme et Chambron (Designer), Votre Maison (Manufacturer)
  • dimensions H 33.47 in. x W 17.72 in. x D 20.08 in.
  • manufacturingdate 1960s
  • material Fabric, Oak
  • origin France
  • period 1960-1969
  • seatheight 18.9 in. (48 cm)
  • style Mid-Century Modern
  • wear Wear consistent with age and use.