Conference chairs / chairs, model Oxford, Danish design by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen. Designed in 1960, produced in 1984. Structure with swivel subframe and arm rests of aluminium, seat shells with covers of black leather. W. 63cm, H. 89cm, D. approx. 56cm. Minor wear commensurate with age, the leather has some patina and is scuffed on the corners, partly slight craquelure on the covers of the arm rests and minor holes on the corners. (4) PLEASE REMARK: This item is on auction right now at www.lauritz.com until 14th of January 2018. It is part of a huge theme auction of Vintage Design Classics You can place your bid after you have registered and created a customer account at www.lauritz.com
Arne Jacobsen, a set of chairs / conference chairs, model Oxford for Fritz Hansen (4)
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Reference number: #19764
1960 – 1969
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