The connection between chairs and Seamen originates with sailors requiring carpentry skills for repairing wooden ships at sea; upon retiring many would continue to make wooden furniture in Britain’s port towns. We envisage rather than fisherman making wooden furniture at sea they wood collect and mould marine plastic into chairs.

During the early part of the century, Britain’s coastline was a flourish of industrial activity, and beaches like Porthtowan were not just trawled for fish but also mined for precious metals such as gold and tin.

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