One-Off English ebonised oak hand carved chair. A second iteration of this unique Cartwright lounge chair by James Bowyer celebrating some of its Scandinavian ancestry with the seagrass woven back, tightly wound around a flexible timber core that gives the backrest a very satisfying movement. A stunning design displaying the craftsman’s hand with a highly tactile hand carved textured seat. Whilst the top of each of back poles, has a subtle faceted texture straight from the chisel that pared them to shape. Exhibited at Masterpiece Fair, London.

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Seat Height 35cm

Hand carved English Oak Chair

    One-Off English ebonised oak hand carved chair. A second iteration of this unique Cartwright lounge chair by James Bowyer celebrating some of its Scandinavian ancestry with the seagrass woven back, tightly wound around a flexible timber core that gives the backrest a very satisfying movement. A stunning design displaying the craftsman’s hand with a highly tactile hand carved textured seat. Whilst the top of each of back poles, has a subtle faceted texture straight from the chisel that pared them to shape. Exhibited at Masterpiece Fair, London.

  • Creator:
    James Bowyer
    • Dimensions
      • W88 X L55 X H66
    • Additional Info
      • Seat Height:35cm
  • £2,800.00


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About the Creator

James Bowyer

A love of making and doing was ever present through a few paths in his early life, but this ultimately led James to the Fine Furniture course at The Building Crafts College in East London - Under the tutelage of some of the finest makers and designers of 20th century furniture. Crucially, these were folk of the pre-digital age, who placed technical mastery and a sensitivity for materials at the very heart of their practice and teaching. James is pleased to say that he has been very much moulded in their image. His work places huge value in the central role that hand skills play in garnering an intimate understanding of and love of materials.

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