G-Plan World's Most Comfortable Chair

G-Plan Worlds Most Comfortable Chair (image funky.junky)

G-Plan World's Most Comfortable Chair 1962

G-Plan was going through a bad patch in the early sixties, but the World's Most Comfortable Chair, introduced in 1962, was a huge success. The swivel chair was originally upholstered in black vinyl, but other colours were introduced later.

It makes great feature chair in a lounge. You can find them in a range of different colours.

Expect to pay from £200 to £400 for one in good condition. Chairs needing recovering will be significantly cheaper, but remember the cost of reupholstering can be substantial.


World's Most Comfortable Chair suite 1964

G-Plan World's Most Comfortable sofa, c1964 (image recycled*design) G-Plan World's Most Comfortable chair, suite version, c1964 (image recycled*design)

The classic G-Plan World's Most Comfortable Chair swivel chair was also produced as suite. These designs date from 1964 and are by Paul Conti. They cost £82 10s for the sofa and £42 10s each for the chairs in 1964.


Buy G-Plan chairs on eBay

eBay offers the widest selection of G-Plan chairs at the best prices. Look for pieces in good original condition, or reupholstered as new. They will be expensive to recover, so damage will affect value considerably.

Expect to pay at least £200 for a good one. Heavily worn or damaged chairs go for around £100.

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"my wonderfull chair is ageing, like me, the rocker swivel mechanism is in a bad state, I have fell backwards twice lately, any ideas how or who can repair it.I am useless at DIY" leslie mcblain 26/09/2015
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