Pair of French leather club chairs, that have been painstakingly restored from the wooded frame, to the leather covering. Our, in house, Old Plank upholstery department, will typically spend in excess of 40-man hours of labor, on just one chair. We carefully remove the original leather covering and should there be any thin, or weak spots, we glue another piece of leather on the backside, to prevent any future cracking or separation. Then the woodworking department rebuilds the wooden frame and tightens all the joints. After the frame is rebuilt, the upholster installs the coil springs and hand-ties them 8-ways for extra strength. Our Old Plank upholster, exclusively uses horsehair, or shredded coco for padding, which would have been installed when new in the 1930’s. Lastly the leather is treated with natural oils, to maintain a supple feel.