SOLD - Vintage CC41 Wooden Chairs

The CC41 mark on a piece of furniture means it was part of the WW2 government scheme that allowed people to use their rations to replace items which had been destroyed in the Blitz. Modernist designers including Gordon Russell were commissioned to develop minimal designs that used fewer resources than the dark, ornate furniture of the pre-war period. The scheme ran from 1942 to 1952 and was the birthplace of brands like Ercol.

• Windsor chairs from the CC41 WWII utility furniture range
• Beech and elm frame with characterful patina from years of use
• Design usually attributed to Ercol, but this is a rarer early model
• Several chairs available, all sold separately

Please note vintage pieces have been pre-loved and used and will therefore have varying levels of patination and wear. This is part of their unique nature and is why we love using them in our Houses as they add character and charm to the space.

Dispatched within 1-2 weeks

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Delivery Charges

Standard Delivery - £6.95
Delivered within 3-5 working days.

Larger Item Delivery - £39.95
Our delivery partners DHD will be in touch within a few days of you placing your order to arrange a delivery date that’s convenient for you. 

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If for any reason you aren't completely satisfied with your goods, contact our Customer Care team within 28 days of receipt and we will help you in every way possible. Any unwanted item, unless faulty, must be returned, undamaged and unused, in a re-saleable condition, with all original packaging and labels.

To return your order please contact our Customer care team on 020 3819 8199 to organise the correct return method for your unwanted goods.

For more information on delivery including international shipping charges please see our Delivery & Returns Page

Vintage Focus: British Mid Century Design

British designers of the post-war era perfected the art of 'beautiful and useful' furniture design