Thonet Chair 118
The 118 is a classic wooden chair that provides subtle elegance at any dining table or restaurant. The principle of reducing a chair to as few components as possible was introduced by Michael Thonet in the middle of the 19th century.
Chair 118 is a further development that reflects the company’s legacy – and goes one step further.
Sebastian Herkner adds ingenious details that make the design less dominant but all the more refined. Another special feature is the shape of the chair legs: rounded off at the back, light edges on the front side of the seat ensure a certain breakage, which takes up the horseshoe-shaped base of the seat.
- width 42cm
- depth 50cm
- height 80cm
- seat height 46cm
Materials & Finishes
- Frame solid beech wood, stained
- Seat cane work
- If required, with supporting synthetic mesh under the seat braid
Free delivery over £1500
Eligible for return within 14 days
Our products are made by hand to order in our workshops in the UK and Portugal. Furniture items can take between 6-8 weeks to arrive with you, although some items are in stock and can arrive faster. This is indicated against each product as you select your option. If you have specific requirements for delivery and would like to know if your order can be delivered sooner, please do contact us.
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