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A simple piece of oak furniture with a refined, classic aesthetic. Perfect for the placing of the contemporary posterior.

The Ox Bow chair is reminiscent of well-known chairs from the 20th Century whilst making a strong, contemporary statement in furniture. Despite its minimal appearance, this is an extremely comfortable chair. Every detail, down to the very smallest aspect has been considered. We particularly love how the backrest of the chair slots into place beautifully.

Namon Gaston’s high-quality, honest design is underpinned by a deep understanding of the materials with which he works. His work is often inspired by the possibilities presented by the basic functional requirements of a piece of furniture and how designers approached these challenges in the past.



Namon Gaston

Oxbow Chair by Namon Gaston for AUTHOR's collection of British-made luxury and unique furniture


Namon Gaston

Regular price £1,095 Sale

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  • Designed and made in Namon Gaston's Edinburgh workshop.

    The Oxbow chair has been crafted from the finest, hand selected European and Swedish oak. The oak will adopt a strong patina with maturity. The seat and chair back are made from Swedish oak bark tanned leather which will mould over time and with maturity develop a rich patina.

    The Oxbow Chair was awarded the prestigious Design Guild Mark from The Furniture Makers' Company in 2014. The Design Guild Mark rewards the work of the finest British furniture designers to drive excellence and raise the profile of British design and innovation.


  • Height: 80cm
    Width: 60.5cm
    Depth: 51.5cm
    Seat Height: 45cm

  • This individually hand-crafted item can be in your home between 6-16 weeks after placing the order depending on Namon’s schedule.

    A specialised delivery service will be required for this piece; our customer service team will be in contact to discuss delivery options & related costs.

  • The seat of this chair has been covered in untreated natural leather, which means that it does not tolerate abuse of any kind, especially spillages. Should the unthinkable happen, wipe over the leather with a hot, wet cloth. Allow it to dry and then feed the leather with beeswax.