Customized chair made from Rolls Royce propellers is up for grabs

What would go well with a C-119 Aileron Coffee Table? Well, how about a vintage chair dated to 1920 made from Rolls Royce propellers? Created with wood and brass, the one-of-a-kind chair was presented to the Littlewick Club in 1920. The sturdy and comfortable chair is made using two Rolls Royce propellers from the Rolls Royce Eagle 275 engine, which eventually went on the Havilland DH 4 aircraft.

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While there are two cracks on the back legs, the chiar is said to be structurally safe. The rare chair is priced at $12,500.

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