The Original Chair Company is located in Perth, Scotland.
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    Perth,

    Perth and Kinross,

    PH2 6PL

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The Original Chair Company

The company specialises in new build, quality seated furniture based mainly on classic styles. In addition we carry a range of antique chairs and sofas for refurbishment and re-upholstery.Since 2006 we have sold hundreds of antique armchairs and sofas in a variety of styles. From our base in the countryside of Perthshire our upholsterers are expert in taking old pieces of antique furniture and giving them new life, creating a family heirloom which can be passed down through the generations.

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The Original Chair Company

The Original Chair Company

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