The Cambridge Chair Company has become one of the largest stockists of exclusive Swiss vintage furniture. Specialising in iconic Swiss brands de Sede and Strassle, both of which have reputations for incredibly high standards of quality workmanship and design.
The Cambridge Chair Company is a family run business managed by owner Sion Stanfield with the help of his son George. Located in the idyllic Cambridgeshire countryside, just outside Cambridge and approximately an hour outside of London with excellent transport links including rail, road and airports. Sion`s passion for vintage furniture began as a hobby whilst fulfilling his career aspirations in the private sector. After spending over 25 years in senior roles with large corporate organisations, Sion decided to take a new direction and set up The Cambridge Chair Company. That was a few years ago now, since then they`ve quickly grown to be one of the largest stockist of Swiss vintage furniture with clients all over the world.
With a background of working within a customer orientated environment, The Cambridge Chair Company prides itself on going that extra mile. One of the most satisfying aspects for the team is the positive feedback they receive; clients often let them know the service and quality of products received has exceeded their expectations. Many of our customers return to us, they rely and trust us to give them the sound advice and support in choosing the right piece for them.
About de Sede – they have been creating premium-quality leather furniture for an international market since 1965. All began with a saddlers workshop in Swiss Klingnau, close to the German border near Waldshut. The sophisticated designs of it`s leather furniture, all reflecting top-quality Swiss workmanship, swiftly gained the brand an international reputation. A development that has only been possible thanks to the high standard of skilled craftmanship that has been consistently maintained and the unmistakeable design of de Sede products.
The Cambridge Chair Company, where heritage matters.