ClassiCon - Banu stool, leather standard, black

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Banu is another gem from the Jewel Garden, which was the name of the palace of the Maharajah of Indore for which Eckart Muthesius designed this stool in 1931. Through the use of band steel and a highly demanding production process, the frame appears, from all sides, to be made of a single piece. The exquisite, elegant stool decorated the bathroom of the Maharani. A slightly different version travelled on tracks through India - in the legendary saloon carriage of the Maharajah.

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Item no. 112067
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Material Frame made of polished stainless steel. Upholstery: polyurethane with polyester filling on a beech frame. Cover: leather.
Colour Black
Dimensions Height: 47 cm, Depth: 42 cm, Length: 51 cm
Weight 7.5 kg (without packaging)
EAN 4250682801167
Design Eckart Muthesius
More information data sheet for the Banu stool by ClassiCon (PDF 111KB)
Category Stools

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The most beautiful stool!

5 of 5 stars 2019-05-13, , ClassiCon - Banu stool, leather standard, black
3 of 3 customers have found this review helpful.

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I have owned a ClassiCon Banu stool with white leather upholstery for many years and am so enthusiastic about it that I bought another one with black leather upholstery. There's no better stool, in my opinion. Especially when you consider when this model was designed. I'll be damned! The Banu seems so timeless that it is a real pleasure to have it in the household. The workmanship is, as you would expect from ClassiCon, first class. There's nothing wobbly here, there's nothing to complain about. The leather is of very good quality and so robust that the stool can be used without hesitation in everyday life. I use it in the hallway, almost always sit on it when I put on my shoes. Actually the stool is much too good for such a profane purpose. He looks like a sculpture. If you buy the Banu, you not only get a stool, but also a piece of high-quality aesthetics. I wouldn't praise that stool so much if I wasn't convinced of it. But there's really nothing wrong here. Almost a little sad that hardly anyone knows him. The seat height, the robustness and the simplicity predestine it to stand in many households. Sure, the price is not without it. But forget it when you call it your own. Unrestricted thumbs up for the Banu stool. I love him! I love him!

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