The chair has the typical Ate van Apeldoorn features: a pine wood base combined with a seat in robust saddle leather. Simple but strong, in design and construction.
Ate van Apeldoorn chair
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Reference number: #46812
|Dimensions||46.5 × 43.5 × 75 cm|
|Designer(s)||van Apeldoorn Ate|
|Location of item||Netherlands|
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