Che Chair - Natural
Inspired by early Cape Dutch furniture, the Che Chair is simple, lightweight, and strong. The Che Chair is a relaxed yet refined aesthetic. This modern take on a traditional South African design, known as Riempie, uses leather strips woven together to make a unique seat. The solid American Oak frame forms the cushionless chair while intricately woven polyester cording forms a surprisingly comfortable seat.
Cord sampling available upon request.
Dimensions: 24" W x 22" D x 31" H
Made of: American Oak / Polyester Cording
Cord color: Cream
- Made in: Johannesburg, South Africa
- Natural / Cream Cord - Stock Supported
- Other Cord Colors: Made-to-order: Please allow 12-14 weeks
Ngala Trading is proud to promote a curated selection of authentic designs featuring sustainable materials readily available from and across Africa.
- Indoor use only
- Due to the use of natural materials each piece is unique and may vary slightly from image shown. Please contact us prior to ordering if you have any questions or concerns about potential variations
- One-year peace-of-mind guarantee against defects in materials and workmanship
Shipping & Returns
We strive to deliver your purchase in the quickest and most economical way possible. Our team reviews every order individually, and determines the best shipping method taking into account destination, weight and size of items.
- Small packages ship via FedEx Ground from Hackensack, NJ
- Transit time for In Stock items is typically 3-5 days depending on Ship To address
- Large items ship palletized via motor freight from Hackensack, NJ
- Shipments are sent fully insured, and require an adult signature at the time of delivery
- White Glove Delivery is available for a surcharge. Please contact us for details
Ngala Trading offers a curated range of contemporary handcrafted furniture, lighting & home decor. Whether in the form of exotic materials or craft techniques passed down from generation-to-generation, Ngala Trading seeks to promote exceptional and unique design from artisans across the African continent.