The Argyle chair was originally made for 120, Mains St, Glasgow about 1897.
A set of eight remained in the possession of the Mackintoshes for many years.
These then went into production for the Argyle street tea rooms.
Again made from solid Oak, left natural or stained to a mid brown. The rear legs taper from a circle at the top to a rectangle at the seat pad which is upholstered in the same fashion as the Ingram chair.
The oval headrest has a cut out which is said to represent a stylised bird in flight.