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Jason Mosseri

Jason worked as an artist and tattooist before he discovered his love of chair making.  In 2014 he built his own workshop and started making chairs for private commissions.  His business, Hopesprings Chairs, based in East Sussex, now keeps
him busy full time.

Jason’s QEST Scholarship enabled him to travel to Tennessee and learn how to make a ‘birdcage’ armchair, including peculiarities such as false mitre joints, from Curtis Buchanan, master chair maker in the American Windsor tradition. As well as running his own business Jason also runs chair-making courses and teaches chair making at West Dean College in Sussex.

 

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Objects for sale

Black wood settee with a comfortable curving back and elegant struts.

Continuous Settee

Medium: Black milkpaint

Dimensions: 1200 cm (Width) x 600 cm (Depth) x 950 cm (Height)

£2,400.00

Brown chair with a comfortable curving back and elegant struts.

Continuous Armchair

Medium: Walnut and black milkpaint

Dimensions: 650 cm (Width) x 600 cm (Depth) x 100 cm (Height)

£1,050.00

Square-backed, ribbed wooden armchair. The struts create the image of a elegant birdcage.

Birdcage Armchair

Medium: Black milkpaint

Dimensions: 650 cm (Width) x 600 cm (Depth) x 1030 cm (Height)

£1,050.00