They are covered in a cream color, off white or ecru, beige diamond or square patterned fabric. 7 chairs have the label "Donghia a John Hutton Design". The 1 shows where the label was but is no longer there but clearly part of the set.Vintage item that is elegant yet contemporary. Please let me know if you need more photos or have questions. Seat height is 18 from floor. A paper fabric underneath on underside of some chairs is torn on some. Can be left alone, mended, replaced or removed. The webbing underneath the chairs that that you can see is in great condition. Chairs are firm yet comfortable.
Fabric is in overall very good condition given their age. Very light soiling in a few places. The tops of two chairs show more wear from obviously being used much more, but given their age are very serviceable. There is 1 ink spot down just above the seat on the back inside corner of the seat area of the chair where it appears a pen leaked while someone was seated. Not very obvious to the casual look.
A loading dock is available if needed for transport. These are like a dining Donoghia "ghost chair". In 1978, the New York interior designer Angelo Donghia, who already had a textile company, recruited John Hutton to help him start a furniture division. When Angelo passed away in 1985, Hutton stepped in as Design Director and sole designer for Donghia Furniture and in 1986 he invited Joe Doyle, an early collaborator, to join his design team. Over the next decade at Donghia, Hutton and Doyle created the template for a transitional aesthetic that incorporated a seamless blend of function, proportion and timelessness.Also during that time, Hutton collaborated with David and Ann Sutherland to found Sutherland Teak and Perrennials Fabrics: bringing luxury and glamour to the outdoor furnishing market. In 1998, after passing the title of Design Director to his talented niece, Jennifer Hutton, Hutton left Donghia. The item "8 Designer Dining Chairs Donghia a John Hutton Design Late 20th stunning" is in sale since Sunday, November 14, 2021.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Other Antique Furniture". The seller is "jgroteilat" and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.