The Chair was originally designed for the Luncheon Room at the Argyle Street Tearooms. It has been recorded that Mackintosh was so pleased with the design he had a set in his own home. My reproductions are close copies from an original in the Glasgow School of Art collection. Individually made by hand in European Oak, the Argyle Chairs available in a natural, golden, dark oak or black lacquer finish.
The seat pads are upholstered in a plain cream calico or with a fabric supplied by the client.
ARGYLE CHAIR circa. 1898.
You recently made me an Ingram high back chair which was for my wife’s 60th birthday. I would just like to say how pleased I am with it. Not only are we pleased with the chair, but we are both impressed with your skills as a craftsman. Once again thanks for a great job, and thanks for making her birthday so special.