A William Morris Sussex rush seat armchair. Of all the specific minor improvements in common household objects due to Morris, the rush-bottomed Sussex chair perhaps takes the first place. It was not his own invention, but was copied with trifling improvements from an old chair of village manufacture in Sussex. With or without modification it has been taken up by all the modern manufacturer's and is in almost Universal use.
4 SINGLE ARMCHAIRS AND TWO PAIRS OF ARMCHAIRS AVAILABLE
Height 36", width 22", depth 18".