The Edison Chair by Eustis Chair is a durable reproduction of the chair used by Thomas Edison in his 1878 New Jersey laboratory where he invented the incandescent light bulb. Harvard University ordered this chair for their $28 million restoration of Memorial Hall when they created what is arguably the most beautiful college dining hall in America. The Edison Chair is offered only in American Ash, but it can be stained to match most other hardwoods. The durable mortise and tenon joint construction comes with a 10 year warranty. This classic chair is often used as school dining chairs, library chairs, classroom chairs, school furniture, school chairs, and more.
Stacking Option: No
Hardwood Species: American Ash
Seat and Back Type: Wooden
Warranty: 10 years
Construction: Mortise and Tenon