Set of dining chairs designed by danish designer Inger Klingenberg and manufactured by Fristho Franeker, Holland 1960. Fristho attracted Inger Klingenberg as designer in 1958. The most famous design from Inger Klingenberg is the IK-chair. The chair was innovative because the seat and back were detached from the frame. The chair continued in the Fristho collection till the 1970s. These chairs have a solid rosewood frame and are newly upholstered in black leatherette, which was originally on them. A fantastic set with comfort seating pleasure. Priced and sold per set of 4.
Danish designer Inger Klingenberg (1932-1997) was educated at the school of interior design in Copenhagen. She established her own design firm in 1958 in Copenhagen and designed furniture, fabrics and jewelry. Her husband was the American designer Ross Littel, an employee of Charles Eames.
Like all of our upholstered pieces these can also be newly upholstered to your wishes. Ask our upholstery department for a very affordable quote. We only use the best quality foam and materials for all of our items in combination with upholstery to your choice.
|Condition:||Very good, newly upholstered|
|Shipping Holland:||€ 25|
|Shipping Europe:||€ 100 - 250|
|Shipping outside Europe:||€ 450 - 650|
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