Golden and shining, these luxury dinning chairs belong at a royal banquet. Highly polished metal legs and soft leather make a noble seat fit for the most aristocratic character. Jaime Hayon took inspiration from Tudor England and imagined a large and impressive dining table to take the place of king Henry the VIII. His six courtly queens transform into the dining chairs that surround and pay homage to him. As a clever reference to a rich part of British history, each chair has its own upholstery finishing and personality. The diamond and leaf pattern, found in the detailed leather stitching, have been in use since the 1500’s.