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David Mellor Anniversary - 700 Series Chair (1975)

LIMITED EDITION HAND-PULLED SCREEN PRINT

Made to celebrate the Abacus 700 Series chair designed by the winner of the Design Council Award 1975 and Great British designer David Mellor.

A great gift for the design enthusiast.

Hand screen printed onto beautifully textured paper made in England.

Limited to a single edition of x1000

Available unframed or framed in an aluminium matt black finish.

Size: 50cm x 70cm

Design: Joff Casciani & Ollie Wood

David Mellor Anniversary - 700 Series Chair (1975)

Our hand-pulled screen prints are lovingly printed by highly experienced craftsmen in Nottingham, UK.

Our paper is produced by one of the oldest and last remaining speciality paper makers based in the Lake District, UK.

All of our paper is sustainably produced and FSC accredited.

Iconic David Mellor designs available in print from Lane

Some of the most iconic designs that influenced Britain’s post-war creative industry are available from Lane as prints to celebrate the seminal career of David Mellor CBE, Royal Designer for Industry.

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£55.00



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