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# 140705 18-Feb-2014 08:37
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Why did I not think of this? 158.18 £ a piece. True British ingenuity.

This kind of chair was born from the need to show simply, with a simple object, the real essence of wood. The trunk is cut at the ends and the bark is removed. Then it is smoothed down and carved to highlight the details of the material and to give value to the traits formed by time.


Only two left. Don't all go and hit buynow at the same time

http://www.lovethesign.com/uk/products/furniture/chairs/essence-wood/sostanza-natural-chair#info



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  # 989441 18-Feb-2014 08:41
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Good support for the posterior but lumbar and cervical spine support is rubbish. Does have a low room foot print and made from renewable resources which is great. I will log it for future reference




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  # 989454 18-Feb-2014 09:22
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How long are you sitting on this for?




I'm going to noob myself past judgement

 
 
 
 


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  # 989467 18-Feb-2014 09:39
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What a bargain.





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  # 989473 18-Feb-2014 09:56
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Who are their target market? I'm stumped.

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  # 989504 18-Feb-2014 10:14
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It's a well rounded product I think they have cracked it




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  # 989525 18-Feb-2014 10:56
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This looks more comfortable...

http://fancy.com/things/114696750777762977/Scottish-Bar-Stool-for-Kilt-Wearers

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  # 989532 18-Feb-2014 11:05
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BlueShift: Who are their target market? I'm stumped.


Anyone caught in the northern hemisphere icy conditions. Needs to be sold with a splitting wedge.

 
 
 
 


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  # 990147 19-Feb-2014 09:26
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Klipspringer: Why did I not think of this? 158.18 £ a piece. True British ingenuity.

This kind of chair was born from the need to show simply, with a simple object, the real essence of wood. The trunk is cut at the ends and the bark is removed. Then it is smoothed down and carved to highlight the details of the material and to give value to the traits formed by time.


Only two left. Don't all go and hit buynow at the same time

http://www.lovethesign.com/uk/products/furniture/chairs/essence-wood/sostanza-natural-chair#info




Not that ingenuity is in any way dependent upon the nationality of the person exhibiting it, but I think this may be Italian. If it falls apart quickly or runs away at the first sign of trouble, it definitely is...





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