Whether it is a wedding, anniversary, birthday, shower or any other kind of party, we have the right chairs for you! Our chairs are well maintained and high quality with great prices! The most affordable chiavari chair rentals serving the Greater Sacramento Area. All of our chairs are very high quality in an elegant Silver chiavari chairs are available for rent at only $3.50 each including seat pad. Delivery is available for an extra charge (ask for a delivery quote at checkout).
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What you’re getting when you rent these seats is not like any other seating!
The Chiavarina was created in 1807 by a cabinetmaker from Chiavari on the northwestern Italian coast, Giuseppe Gaetano Descalzi, who at the invitation of the president of the Economic Society of Chiavari, the Marquis Stefano Rivarola, reworked some chairs in the French Empire style, simplifying the decorative elements and lightening the structural elements.
The chair was a success and soon many factories opened in Chiavari and surrounding towns. When Gaetano Descalzi died in 1855, about 600 workers were making Chiavari chairs. The chair was praised by Charles Albert of Savoy, Napoleon III, and by the sculptor Antonio Canova.
The chair is designed with each component made for the specific stresses it will carry. Descalzi designed a slot system for the construction and a system to tie the strips of the purple willow which form the seat of the chair directly to the frame.
The timbers originally used by Descalzi were wild cherry and maple, which were added to beech and ash, all of them from inland forests in Italy.