Original retro school chairs from the 1970s by Remploy.
Super strong grey tubular steel frame with brown seat and back rest.
A modern design classic.
These are smaller school chairs and are NOT suitable for adults!
Great for a child's bedroom, play area or craft table, or add to a lonely corner of your family room that's in need of some charm that only the 70s can bring.
Chairs sold as pairs. Price is for a single pair.
The condition of each chair varies, but they are all in sturdy and fabulous sitting condition.
There are various minor surface scratches on the frames, seats and backs. They do not jeopardize the build of the chair in any way. They have all been scrubbed and cleaned and are ready for shipping to your home.
Retro school chair size: W41cm x D43 x H77, seat height: TO BE CONFIRMED
Please allow up seven working days for delivery.
Due their size / weight we are unable to accept orders for chairs outside the UK.
Note: Our old and vintage school chairs are not new or made to look old. They may have small marks and scratches on them, which are consistent with their age and original use. We feel these add to their character and appeal. Please look at the photos to get an idea of their condition. For more information see our ethical policy for wooden furniture and wooden accessories.
Remploy is an organisation owned by the Department for Work and Pensions in the United Kingdom which provides employment and employment placement services for disabled people. It is classified as a non-departmental public body and is structured as a company limited by guarantee. It was established in 1945 under the terms of the Disabled Persons (Employment) Act 1944, and opened its first factory in Bridgend, Wales, in 1946. Over the following decades it established a network of 83 factories across the UK making a wide variety of products, and in the late 20th century it moved into service businesses.
Originally named the Disabled Persons Employment Corporation, Remploy adopted its current name in 1946. The name was derived from the term're-employ'.