The Eltham is inspired by a 1930s Art Deco sofa at Eltham Palace. The sofa is hand made with a hand sprung back and seat. The sculpted back makes for excellent lumbar support & comfort, whilst the low arm is perfect for cocktails. We have specified walnut to create the hand carved legs.
Hand-sprung seat, inside back and arms with an independent cane front edge using the following natural materials:
FSC beech dowel-jointed frame
Sabre-carved mortise & tenoned hard wood legs
A-grade South American horse & cattle tail
GOTS organic cotton bump
Organic British needled wool
Linen webbing and twine
Steel springs lashed in with linen twine in back, arms and seat
Scatter and bolster cushions
C.O.M: 13m / 12 yards (based on plain fabric)
Bullion fringe: 7.2 m / 6 yards
Additional extras of studs, tacks, fabric pipe or cut fringe please contact us for quantities and quote.
Design and finishing advice available.
Legs are tenoned to the frame in sabre-carved polished mahogany, walnut or oak as standard.
Wood finishes in liming, pickling, hand-painted, ebonised or fabric covered
Length: 2200 mm / 86.6 inches
Depth: 900 mm / 35.4 inches
Height: 800 mm / 31.5 inches
Seat height: 430 mm / 16.9 inches
or custom sizes available, please contact us for a quote
*scatter cushions or bolster cushions additional
Our lead-time is 14-16 weeks. This begins upon clear receipt of deposit and sign-off of production drawings. Please note 10 weeks must be allowed upon receipt of C.O.M.
We always happy to make variations in size of all our sofas and other pieces, however, these will incur additional costs and lead-times to aid in the additional drawings and templates required.
Courier charges can be quoted upon confirmation of the delivery address. International shipping available.
We pride ourselves on our unique collection of designs by a talented team studying archives, books and museum collections for inspiration.
The Ensemblier collection of designs acts as templates to work with customers to create unique pieces made using natural materials and the highest level of British craftsmanship to last for generations. We, therefore, take our intellectual property (IP) incredibly seriously and will actively pursue any infringements on this.