The Worth Range - Caesar 2 Seater Sofa
The Worth Range - Caesar 2 Seater Sofa
French-inspired influence takes on the classic British Chesterfield sofa! This collection is the result of a contemporary hint on the great classic design. Buttoned back and arms incorporating plush piped seat cushions and elegant proportions combined with vintage leather and castor wheels to finish this beautiful collection.
Made For You Range - Approximately 20 - 22 weeks to order.
The Made For You Range, bespoke and made to suit your home. Choose from any of our beautiful fabric / leather swatches, feet options and trim options available to make this sofa your own.
Fast Track Range (Image 1) - Approximately 6 - 8 weeks to order.
After listening to customer feedback and analysing our product portfolio, we are now pleased to announce the introduction of our fast track range of furniture. These items are are best selling products supplied in the most popular covering combinations. This range is a great way to introduce customers to our products without the lead times associated with bespoke furniture. We carry a rolling stock of these products, which you can have delivered to your premises in 8 weeks or less. (All images we use on our website are of fast track models)
What Is Classed As Fast Track?
- Brown Cerato Leather
- Gamekeeper Thorn Fabric
- Uist Night Fabric
- Antique Studs
- Feet as photo shows
Measurements Of This Model -
Width - 185cm Depth - 84cm Height - 77cm
Aniline Leather Information -
Leather is the tanned skin or hide of any animal and is often termed a ‘natural’ product. Leathers often bear the scars and imperfections which the animal accumulated during its life and this is what makes every hide unique and tells the story of the animals’ life. In their natural environment animals may get bitten by insects, parasites, ticks, and lice or become caught on barbed wire, rub against thorn bushes, or get in fights with other animals, all of which will result in scarring or marks on the hide. Natural markings such as these and also the animals natural skin pigmentation which will appear as darker or lighter patches are what give the leather its unique characteristic and are not defects or faults.
Natural markings on a hide however do not affect the strength and durability of the leather. When the hide or skin has passed through the tanning process and has been turned into leather these natural markings will still be visible on the surface. At this stage you can find some or all of the following natural markings visible on the surface (Top Grain) of the leather. In a nutshell aniline leather is quite simply as nature intended.
Aniline Leather is the whole hide or top grain that is used. The hides are soaked in a natural aniline dye (no permanent colour). The hides are then further soaked in wax and oils to bring out the natural patina of the hide. It is manufactured from only the highest-quality hides with a minimal, yet not without, a number of imperfections, such as bite marks, stretch marks and scars. Whilst we have our numerous different fabric coverings, we only use Aniline leather for the sofas, chairs, dining chairs and occasional pieces we produce.
Although aniline leather is the best and most expensive leather it is not for everyone. Because no pigment coating is used on aniline leather, it is very susceptible to staining. If liquid, such as coffee, is spilt onto your aniline leather sofa, the liquid will be absorbed immediately and will very quickly darken the affected area until it dries. This often results in a stain that will only fade with time.
Shade Variations -
As leather is a natural product, different parts of the hide will absorb different quantities of aniline dye, so you will see lots of shade variation. The leather samples we provide are intended as a guide and a guide only.
Tones, shades and pigmentation will vary from hide to hide and are subject to change from piece to piece. We are not interested in producing cheap sofas in “corrected grain leathers” which involve man-made materials and substances as these often result in an over-exposed uniformed look. The handcrafted premium leathers we use, treated with Aniline dye to preserve the natural, rustic beauty that makes each upholstered piece unique.
Fabric Information -
Moon now boast fourteen furnishing fabric collections, all in pure new wool and lambswool. Drawing from our heritage, we create each furnishings range with the latest trends in mind while ensuring the durability needed for all domestic furnishing and hospitality industry projects. Moon fabrics add a touch of class and British quality to any interior setting.
The rare character and beauty of Harris Tweed is attributable to the fact that it is the only fabric produced in commercial quantities by truly traditional methods anywhere in the world. Hundreds of distinctive patterns developed over the centuries, each unique but unmistakably Harris Tweed with its characteristic subtle designs in complex natural shades.
Soft, tactile, breathable, warm, colourful, sustainable, adaptable…the old image of coarse, scratchy, dour tweed simply does not exist these days. While still retaining its heritage of practicality and longevity, the Harris Tweed of today extols all the qualities and virtues of a truly luxury 21st century fabric.
Swatch Shipping -
If you are interested in any of our lovely fabrics and leathers listed above, feel free to contact us via email, phone or pop in to see us to receive any FREE swatches of your choice sent directly to you!
Additional Information -
- Leg colours are representative only shade may vary slightly
- Products will be illustrated using standard options, variations will be shown where possible. Due to the number of variations not all product combinations will be illustrated.
- Images are a representation of the product and over time manufacturing techniques may change.
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