Rare and early easy chairs designed by Ole Wanscher, manufactured by Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1944. These chairs are made of dark stained birch wood and have original blue striped upholstery in excellent condition. The wooden frames are perfectly crafted with a nice waved back and nicely detailed front legs. The wooden frames have some lacquer fainting from age but have a very nice patina all over. The chairs are signed at the bottom with the FH stamp.
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.
Stained birch wood
Good with patina
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Our strength lies in a consistent offer of high-quality vintage furniture from all over the world. So, we are consistently looking for pieces to buy as well. We work with a large network of suppliers both private and b2b in order to keep the quality of our collection as high as possible. Variety is important as we serve customers all over the world. We buy all over in Europe and are always into something nice or special to buy. The condition is not of importance as we have our own atelier where we can repair almost everything.
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