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Chambord - Handmade French cafe chairs for cafes and fine home decor
Each authentic cafe chair is meticulously hand crafted in France of the finest natural materials. First the rattan frame of the French cafe table and chair is steamed and hand formed after which each cafe chair frame is then hand woven with Rilsan, a trademarked material derived from the castor bean plant. Because any one of our cafe chair weave patterns can be woven on any restaurant bar chair form, each order becomes unique and very personalized. These materials and hand craftsmanship produce a French bistro chair that is durable, light weight and quite strong. You will recognize these cafe chairs, having seen them in many of the sidewalk bistros in France as well as the finer French cafes in New York and across the US. You will know that they are our French rattan bistro chairs because they remain beautiful through many years of continued service.

Whether you are a designer looking for Paris bistro chairs as durable eye-catching chairs to complete your deck, or a restaurant owner searching for world-class, long-lasting, comfortable, commercial cafe chairs for your lounge, these French cafe chairs cannot be matched in quality, style, or durability. Our traditional French handmade French bistro chairs have survived decades of continuous use in the famous outdoor cafes of France to become an icon of the French bistro experience.

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Chambord - Losange Inverse

Shown in Weave
Losange Inverse
Shown in Color
Ruby Red, Ivory
Dimensions
W.17 ¾ xD.19 ¼ xH.33 2/3
Seat Dimensions
18" H x 16" W x 15" D
Arm Dimensions
Materials
Raucord and rattan

Chambord - Losange Inverse

Shown in Weave
Losange Inverse
Shown in Color
Ruby Red, Ivory
Dimensions
W.17 ¾ xD.19 ¼ xH.33 2/3
Seat Dimensions
18" H x 16" W x 15" D
Arm Dimensions
Materials
Raucord and rattan
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