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Furniture: Ercol Originals

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Furniture: Ercol Originals

January 10, 2008

Seeing photos of Angie Lewin’s dining room (featuring a suite of Ercol chairs) reminded us of our affection for midcentury Ercol furniture. Margaret Howell carries a few vintage pieces at her stores; go to margarethowell.co.uk. The venerable Ercol firm has also reissued a few pieces from the 1950s, designed by the company’s founder, Lucian Ercolani. The furniture is only available online from ercol.com:

Below: Nest of stacking tables; £495:

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Below: Windsor dining table; £795:
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Below L: Stacking chair, 250. Below R: Butterfly chair; £395:

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Below: Love seat, £595:

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