This chair was made in the Czech Republic during the 1860s by Thon company (before Thonet). Legs and bentwood armrests are made from beech wood and have been repolished. Good original fabric upholstery with no holes.
The wooden parts have been repolished. There are some visible scratches in the lacquer layer, however they are not deep. Very good craftsmanship and fully functional. Walnut veneer.
Very good original fabric upholstery. The wooden parts have been repolished.
– Made in Czechoslovakia – Made of brass, cut glass – Adjustable height dimension is 88 cm – Original condition – Fully functional
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This set of six dining chairs was designed by Niels Kofoed and produced by Koefoeds Møbelfabrik in Denmark during the 1960s.
The desk is made of veneered and varnished wood.
The item was carefully refurbished.
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<span style=”color: #222222; font-family: ‘Proxima Nova Light’, ‘Helvetica Neue’, helvetica, arial, sans-serif; white-space: pre-line;”>Wood restored and polished. Stabile construction. Black opaxit glass has touch of dark violet when light comes through it. Original condition with light scratches. Board size: 90...