Fin Chair Walnut
- Product Details
Fin Chair Walnut
Features and Benefits
Designed by Matthew Hilton
Exquisitely handcrafted in Portugal
Wing-tipped frame gives this dining chair a contemporary look
'T’ shaped backrest provides a relaxed recline
Height 76cm Width 47cm Depth 55cm Seat Height 44cm
SKU 637696 Brand De La Espada Range Fin Finish Walnut Designer Matthew Hilton
Material & Contents
American Black Walnut
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- Product Story
Striking contemporary form stunningly fashioned from rich walnut
Designed in London by Matthew Hilton, the Fin is exquisitely handcrafted at De La Espada’s artisan workshops in Portugal from American black walnut before being finished in a clear matt lacquer and protective Danish oil.
The front legs of the Fin chair are rounded off with smooth edging and a lightly tapered effect, while the back pair are carved into an unusual splayed arrow.
Emerging from the legs like a fin from the waters, the ‘T’ shaped backrest provides a relaxed recline complemented by the curved indentation on the large panelled seat.
Height Width Depth Seat: H 74cm 47cm 55cm 44cm
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Designing for leading furniture makers such as Case, De La Espada and SCP, many of Hilton's designs are considered icons with pieces such as his Balzac Chair held in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Working in premium materials such as solid wood, cast iron, and brass, in 2007 Hilton launched his eponymous brand as a place where he could have complete creative control.