Art Deco Bridge chairs
French Art Deco Bridge Chairs, also known as Game Chairs, were originally designed in the late 1930's, for a ladie's game of Bridge. These chairs typically have a compact size and are very comfortable ; they are easy to use in most rooms, such as bedrooms, offices, dinning areas or living rooms.
The frame is typically made of beech timber, and finished in natural wood or stained ; The armrests and legs are curved. Sometimes the back is curved too, this style is called « moustache ».