Katina Chair

Delivery from £15


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W:59cm D:86cm H:46cm

Sitting pretty – and looking lovely from every angle, our Katina chair has long been a Myakka favourite for its comfort as well as its shapely curves. Ideal as an occasional chair, for a desk or dressing table, or as a dining chair – and customers tell us how it strikes an appealing balance with the crisp, straight symmetry of our Mallani dining tables and desks. The fascinating, sculptural piece is entirely hand carved from solid sheesham wood, its comfortable curves rubbed smooth and waxed to enhance and protect the wood. The decorative back is inset with traditionally hand-wrought ironwork, known as 'jali'. Made exclusively for Myakka using responsibly sourced wood and fairly traded with Indian craftspeople we have known and trusted for years.

And for ultimate comfort, you can tie-on our cotton-rich chair pad, custom made to fit the curved chair base with zip fastening for easy cleaning (available to purchase separately).

100% Sheesham wood (Indian Rosewood) with a hand waxed finish.

Fair trade furniture imported directly from Northern India.
This product is delivered fully assembled


As this Katina Chair hand waxed, we would strongly recommend waxing occasionally to enhance the grain.

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We offer 0% finance for purchases over £500 repaid over 6 months, for purchases over £750 repaid over 12 months and for purchases over £1500 repaid over 24 months. 9.9% finance is available on purchases over £250, repaid over 36 or 48 months. From time to time we may offer 0% finance at lower promotional thresholds at our discretion.

With no deposit required, subject to standard credit checks, once your finance arrangement has been authorised, it’s valid for 90 days with the first installment due approximately 30 days after delivery. Finance orders must be delivered to your billing address. Click here to find out more on our finance options.

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