These Ladder Back Rush Seat Chairs combine classic style with practical comfort and functionality. The design supports your spine and the woven rush seat offers maximum comfort. This set of 2 chairs is made of durable rubber wood and has an attractive, glossy finish that will complement most furniture sets or 4.3/5. Vintage Rush Bottom Ladder Back chair with Stenciled Decor. Excellent condition. This one owner chair came out of a non smoking, non pet home in Hibbing, MN. The Height of the chair is 45" the seat width is 19 3/4" to 16 1/2". the depth of the seat is 16".
Wire Rush is similar to regular fibre rush, except it has a strong wire running through its center. It is used for repairing the stakes of Lloyd Loom wicker furniture and some new wicker pieces. This paper covered soft wire rush is easily bent with fingers and will hold its shape when bent. Hard wire rush is bent with hand tools, like pliers. Rustic early 1800s hand painted side chair with a rush seat. The back of the chair is painted with fruit and the overall the chair is painted in red with a black design. No maker's mark. Has age wear.Measures: 18" L x 20" W x 34" HSeat, 17"H.Year/Era: RusticCondition: Light wear from use read more.
How to Make a Rope-Bottomed Chair By Laurie Brenner. SAVE; For a truly rustic ladder-back or a Danish modern chair, a cord or rope bottom makes a comfortable but sturdy seat. It can last a long time -- when you use the correct rope or cord. Do not choose ropes that stretch, such as nylon, polypropylene, polyester or polyethylene.