Set of 8 dining chairs in white lacquered wood and wicker.This set of eight chairs is a real pleasure to look at and their design gives an airiness to any interior. They were produced in the Italy of the 1970s and where at first glance they appear quite simple, yet a variety of techniques lie behind them and they exude a pleasant charm. The chairs are made of wood and what is striking is that none of the individual parts share the same shape. For example, the four legs are triangular, the cross beams rectangular, the seat oval, and the backrest curved with triangular ends. So all this put together results in a dynamic whole composed of geometric shapes.What makes this design so pleasantly airy is the distance between the beautifully woven wicker seat and the cross beams below. Between them is about three inches and when you look at the wicker seat you can see the beams shining lightly through it. A pleasing proportion has also been maintained, making them look stylish and playful in addition to airy. The seats are wonderfully rounded and definitely add to the charming look by offsetting the angular shapes of the other parts. White off-white lacquer has been used to finish these fine specimens. By the way, this set has been taken care of in our workshop respecting the original look and feel. Small imperfections are part of but also very much belong to this vintage set is what we would like to convey.