Tall and graceful, the Fargo Ladderback chair is a beautifully crafted, elegant piece of furniture. This chair is made from solid beech for a high quality and long lasting finish.
Please note that we are the exclusive distributors in South Africa of Little Folks Furniture. Should you be offered any item carrying the trade mark of this brand, or looking substantially similar to an item displayed here, it will be an unlawful imitation of the item of merchandise displayed under the name of this listed brand.
Such an imitation, apart from constituting a trade mark and/or copyright infringement, will not have been subject to the rigorous testing and quality control of the products that we supply. It may constitute a danger to your child, as neither the materials used nor the construction of the product can be guaranteed fit for purpose.
Measures: 44cmW x 95cmH x 50cmD. Seat height 47cm
Assembly: Supplied fully assembled
Safety: Conforms to BS EN747 safety/quality standards. Finishes tested to BS EN 71 Part 1 (toxicity)
Design: Little Folks Furniture are the team behind some of the most popular and recognisable nursery and children’s furniture in the UK. But they do not design for design’s sake – with their manufacturing and technical knowledge they build in performance and quality. And sometimes it’s so good they have to patent it too.
Specifications: Their designs are specified by themselves right down to the last dovetail, ladder step and gap between rails. They define the precise construction of their exclusive designs and so they can be confident that each product made should perform in the same way.
Safety and Performance: It’s one thing to design furniture specifically for children but how do you know that the designs meet the exacting safety standards? In the case of Little Folks Furniture, you build some of the most sophisticated test equipment possible and regularly put product through it’s paces. In other words they can measure how good a design is right down to its joints. They spend a lot of time finding the right people to make their furniture. They work with people with a commitment to craft and quality, who trade in traditional skills as well as embrace the best of new technology. They integrate formal quality inspection so that they can have a high level of assurance for every product that leaves a factory.
Sustainability: Little Folks Furniture were early adopters – if not champions – of timber sustainability and managed forests. Very often the factories they work with have a direct connection to the forest supply which reinforces their responsibility in a “chain of custody” to ensure only replenishable timber is used.