A sugan chair is a traditional Irish chair made from a wooden frame and a woven straw or rush seat and backrest. The term "sugan" comes from the Irish word "súgán," which means "straw rope." These chairs were popular in rural Ireland in the 19th and early 20th centuries and were typically used by farmers, laborers, and other members of the working class. Today, sugan chairs are often seen as a symbol of Irish heritage and craftsmanship and are valued for their rustic charm and historical significance.
Size: 89cm high x 58 wide x 40cm deep