|Navy Dining Side Chair||34" H x 16.25" W x 19.5" D||7 lbs|
|Product Category:||Dining Chairs|
Questions & Answers
Emeco Navy Dining Side Chair
Ms. B from Scottsdale , AZ
Classic style. Well crafted. Some of the welds are obvious but thats how they are supposed to be. Expensive but certainly popular. They are very light weight but look much heavier. They were well packed for shipping.
a classic for good reason
berkeley from Berkeley, CA– Verified Buyer
nothing to say that hasn't been said already thousands of times: light, strong, comfortable, durable, & verrrry pretty :)
As advertised, simply awesome
Jeffrey Smith from Cary, NC– Verified Buyer
Using these as dining room chairs with our dark wood dining table. The contrast is perfect, and the chairs are very stylish. I'm a pretty big guy, and they work very well. The chairs are very light but also feel very sturdy.
Excellent customer service!
Andrés P from Colombia
Guess what, I contacted Emeco with my concern, and they immediately responded. It is very good to see the importance they give to their customers and they offered very good solutions to the problem including a big discount and the replacement at no cost including shipping. They insisted in their quality control and how unusual this was, and they certainly convinced me. So far, I think I will be buying again from them. My next chair will be the beautiful Sezz side or lounge chair. Emeco, you still have a fan here!
Andrés P from Colombia
I just bought a new 1951 chair in red. It is evident that is a strong, well made chair, but I received it with a bump in one of the back bends. But it is not a bump from shipping but a bump that was obviously polished, so my best guess is that their quality control is not as good as I supposed considering their high price. I found other not too perfect finishes that I consider different that the ones blamed to a hand made product. I dont know what to think; is a beautiful chair, but I expected better for 345 dolars.
Beth from Haydenville, MA– Verified Buyer
Very light weight. They look great with a rustic wooden table.
Simply beautiful !
EO from laguna beach .ca
great product great price [...] all around greatness..
Great chair for family use
Heather the wrestler from Calgary, AB– Verified Buyer
emeco navy chair
monkeeboi from rehoboth beach, DE– Verified Buyer
timeless, classic. don't get a knock off. you'll just keep wishing you had the real thing.
"I WOULD BUY THIS PRODUCT AGAIN"
MARIAMIA from metairie– Verified Buyer
LOOKS GREAT IN OUR KITCHEN
Emeco (The Electric Machine and Equipment Co.) was founded in 1944 by Wilton C. Dinges. Emeco's manufacturing process is the result of a collaboration with ALCOA to develop a seaworthy chair for military use. ALCOA's scientists and Navy engineers consulted with Emeco to produce the chairs in the Hanover, PA workshops and they're still made there today. Emeco's founder, Wilton C. Dinges, was a master tool and die maker, with an engineering background. His engineering ability was complemented by an appreciation for sculpture, specifically Rodin. He portrayed these two passions in an advertising campaign which expressed his original vision: the Emeco chair as a one piece sculptured masterwork. Today Emeco is led by CEO Gregg Buchbinder who sums up their vision as: design plus craftsmanship.
|• 1951 by DesignworksUSA (BMW Group) - Hooydonk||• 20-06™ by Foster and Partners||• Cafe Tables by Philippe Starck||• Emeco Stools by Philippe Starck|
|• Heritage by Philippe Starck||• Hudson by Philippe Starck||• Icon by Philippe Starck||• Kong by Philippe Starck|
|• Lancaster||• Navy||• Nine-0 by Ettore Sottsass||• Occasional Tables by Philippe Starck|
|• Parrish||• Sezz|