Folding chair model SE18 was designed in 1952 by Egon Eiermann for Wilde & Spieth. Chair is now displays at Museum of Modern Art in New York in their permanent modern art collection and it was shown at the World Exhibition Brussels in 1958. Its frame is made from beech wood whereas the seat and backrest are made from molded plywood with beech veneer. Chair are fully restored rosewood stained and lacquered. Up to 18 available. Delivery time 4-5 weeks.
Dining chairs made of rosewood, designed 1951 by Niels Otto Møller and produced by J. L. Møller Møbelfabrik, model number 71. Excellent restored with new upholstered. (Another fabric or leather of course possible) Up to 12 available, delivery time about 3-4 weeks.
Set of six dining chairs of Brazilian rosewood. Seats upholstered with black leather. Made by Søren Willadsen in Denmark in the 1960s.
Wear due to age and use.
Teak frame with upholstered seat and backrest in the art of Hans Wegner CH29 chairs, made in Denmark in the 1960s.
Very good original condition on one repaired veneer, upholstery should be renewed (per chair 200USD + fabric/leather).
Walnut wood with walnut veneer, upholstered with leather. Designed by Antonin Suman in the 1960s for Tatra in Czechoslovakia. Final color of the leather and the
wood can be customized
Up to 24 pieces available, delivery 3-4 weeks.
Rococo style black leather upholstered open armchair and on cabriole legs with balls on the ends, gold plated. Made in Austria in the middle of the 19th
Excellent condition with new upholstery with seat springs, straw and horse hair.
Set of two Art Deco bentwood armchairs by Jindrich Halabala.
Chairs are completely restored; wood with shellac finish (walnut) and new upholstered in traditional method a high quality Backhausen fabric designed by Josef Hoffmann called oracle flower.
(time for new ones covered with another fabric 3-5 weeks)