A teak Planter's Chair with a slung seat made from carpet.
The chair has brass fittings to allow it to be set to 4 different angles with extending arms to rest your legs on. At its lowest position the slung seat is taut and, with the arms extended, could be used as a make shift bed. The upholstery is easily removed from the chair by simply taking out the wooden bars held by channels to the top and the bottom of the carpet. The rounded edges and little extra attention to detail raises this chair above other similar ones we have seen. Circa 1900.