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J64 Chair by Ejvind Johansson for FDB Mobler, 1957

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J64 chair in original conditions. Spindle back and a nice wide seat, four conic-shaped legs. Overall chair is in very good conditions except for a tiny scratch at the edge of the seat as shown on pic. And wear at the edge of both sides of the top back arch.

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Reference number: #54515

J64 chair in original conditions. Spindle back and a nice wide seat, four conic-shaped legs.
Overall chair is in very good conditions except for a tiny scratch at the edge of the seat as shown on pic. And wear at the edge of both sides of the top back arch.

Weight5 kg
Dimensions58 × 50 × 78 cm
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Designer(s)Johansson Ejvind A.
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