Peacock chair with cross pattern

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2006

A little bit of history

Before it gained worldwide fame with the release of the eponymous film, the Emmanuelle (Peacock) rattan armchair was originally a Polynesian throne (the so-called "Pomaré" chair), hence its imposing, spectacular, and radically exotic side! Wickedly photogenic, it's interesting to note that it was also used in many other films, prior to Emmanuelle (since 1931), but it seems that it left less of a mark on people's minds, for whatever reason... ;)

The Peacock chair with crosspieces in just a few words

KOK MAISON took the decision to restore all the majesty of the original house, without compromising on dimensions, finishes, or quality. The opulence and refinement of rattan lace weaves, the size and the volume and the diameter of the base, for improved stability. The model presented here is made with a cross pattern, one of the most common because it can be made with sticks of Buri, a plant from Southeast Asia, from which inexpensive ribs are drawn. Ours is entirely produced in rattan.

Features

Overall dimensions: height 154 x width 110 x depth 70, seat height 42 cm. Weight 7 kg. Natural rattan frame, weaving in round rattan core and split rattan. Satin water-based varnish. Made in Indonesia.