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Replica Tolix Chair - White
It's thought that the Tolix chair was first used in the weather forecasting room aboard a battleship, whether that story is true or just an old wife's tale is another matter! Whatever the story, during the mid 1900s the Tolix chair was supplied to bars, brasseries and cafes by breweries in exchange for selling their beer, a practice which ended in 1970.
The withdrawal of the Tolix chairs led to many, many fans complaining and lamenting the difficulty they now faced of finding the chairs so, due to popular demand, the original Xavier Pauchard 1934 Tolix chair was reissued in 1986.
This replica Tolix chair is, like the original, constructed from galvanised steel but we also offer more colourful versions which are powdercoated steel, resulting in deep, bright colour.
The Tolix Chair looks great in a bistro with it's French 1930s design as well as modern cafes and home dining spaces.
Strong, steel construction
Steel with coloured powder coated finish
This product is zinc plate galvanised prior to powder coating to ensure it's suitable for undercover outdoor commercial use.
Powder coating in black, blue, white, red, green, orange, or yellow.
14 day no questions asked returns policy
Dispatched in 2 - 5 working days if in stock. If item is sold out, it can require an approx. 10 - 12 week lead time.
For more detailed stock availability please feel free to contact us via the Product Enquiry form above, or alternatively please call the showroom.
We deliver Australia wide including country and regional locations!
If you need a large number of Xavier Pauchard inspired furniture including the Tolix chair for a commercial fit out or if you are an interior designer contact us today for our trade prices.
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This dining chair is not manufactured by and is not a product of Tolix. Life.interiors is in no way affiliated with Thonet & Co or the original designer Xavier Pauchard. This chair is inspired by the designs of Xavier Pauchard. It is not to be confused with the original which is sold under license by Tolix and originally designed by Xavier Pauchard.