The History of The Fender Seat

//The History of The Fender Seat
The History of The Fender Seat2017-09-06T17:25:32+00:00

The Club Fender originally came to popularity in the Edwardian era. Initially a purely functional means of providing additional seating in billiard rooms and libraries, it rapidly developed as an attractive piece of furniture, enhancing the drawing rooms of fashionable houses whilst still retaining its original functionality. It fell briefly out of fashion in the austerity that followed the second world war but has since undergone a revival as its qualities are appreciated once again.

At Rockingham Fender Seats we are proud inheritors of this legacy, combining the solid virtues of the blacksmith’s art with the designer’s eye for harmonious style. Appropriate to both period and contemporary houses, our fender seats are available in a variety of styles and finishes, providing a warm and satisfying look to your room.

As our fenders are custom built to each order, we are able to advise on and design to your exact specification, without obligation.

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