Are Lloyd Loom chairs still made?
The chairs were originally manufactured in England after many successful years the factory being destroyed during the 2nd world war after this production in the 1950’s was moved to the far east and now Lloyd Loom Furniture is predominantly manufactured in Indonesia where the quality and care of building these chairs
How do I identify a Lloyd Loom chair?
Lloyd Loom Weave
As the vertical strands of twisted paper contain a metal wire core, you should be able to stick a strong magnet to a vertical strand of the weave (Sirrom, rattan and wicker do not contain a wire core, so the magnet will not stick).
What were Lloyd Loom chairs made from?
Lloyd Loom is a machine-woven material made of Kraft paper, cut and tacked on to a bent beechwood frame. This sounds simple but there is a real art and craft involved in every piece of furniture. Our Lloyd Loom furniture has to pass rigorous quality control, and ultimately it has to look and feel right.