MR189 Roman folding chair


Until recently, most roman folding chairs to be found had straight legs. This one is made after the Epagny-Metz-Tessy founding, near Annecy, in France. With its curved legs, it is a typical sella curulis, also a symbol of roman power. It was used from the 5th cent BCV to the 5th cent AD, and will be a nice addition to any classical camp.

Made of carbone steel, with a thick leather leather seat.
Weigth 8kg, height 52cm, seat dimensions 53x45, leather thickness 3mm (5mm at the edges). Dimensions once folded : 74x49x31