This 1970’s cube shaped chair is stately, broad, heavy, masculine and sturdy. The deep seats and thick cushions aid in comfort while providing a high seat height. Crafted in the style of esteemed designer Milo Baughman. The chair has been restored with new plush grey velvet upholstery.
Restored with new upholstery. Wood sides have been professionally refinished by our in-house cabinet shop. One faint scratch remains under new finish on left side
About Bassett Furniture Company:
In 1902 the Bassett Furniture Company was born in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Martinsville, Virginia. At first, the company had about 50 men, from farms and the surrounding hills, and focused on styles made of oak and features simple profiles with carved overlays. The post-war years brought rapid growth as large neighborhoods sprang up quickly around the country. In the early 1960s, the Company bought Prestige Furniture Corp. and added upholstery to its line up and acquired three other companies to expand its bedroom and dining room production. Bassett’s blend of style, comfort and value has been trusted for more than a century and made it one of the most recognizable brands in America.