Absolutely fantastic sculptural garden chair in reinforced granito concrete with wooden removable seat, made in Holland by unknown artist in the 1960s. This chair is beautifully crafted, reminds me a bit of a dolphin. The chair was part of a large outdoor sculpture colllection but the name of the artist was forgotten unfortunately. That doesnt make this chair less beautiful, only the more interesting. The back part for stabilizing is made of dark grey colored concrete. The chair is in very good condition, because the seat can be removed this is also still in fantastic condition, fully original and with minimal wear from age and usage. This is for someone who wants something truly special in the garden.
Very good, original
Holland / Belgium:
150 - 450
750 - 1250
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