Rhoorkie Suede Chair
21-3/4 x 22 x 35"H
British Imperial officers on the move insisted on comfort after a long marching day. When camp was set up, orderlies unpacked campaign boxes and assembled tents, tables, and chairs. The classic Rhoorkie, named after the Indian town of manufacture, was very popular. Comfortable and practical, its slightly flexible build accommodated uneven ground surfaces. Level seating went with level headedness…
Hand-made Rhoorkie chair features top quality black suede hide trimmed with natural leather piping, and brass hardware. Instead of endangered teak hardwood maple was used for construction. This chair knocks down on demand and guaranteed to function anywhere, everywhere, for generations.