Out of the 18th Century comes a Stainless Steel Masterpiece

Place this chair in the light and hundreds of stainless steel facets shimmer and dance. The back is deliberately open and exposed; the seat a sheet of transparent glass. This chair is faithfully based on a piece owned by Catherine the Great of Russia in 1789 and originally manufactured in the then famous Tula Steelworks.

Redefining the piece with glass as upholstery has created a sculptural classic.

The original stainless steel suite created for Catherine the Great

Theodore Alexander's sculptural interpretation of an 18th century innovation.

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