This chair was produced by Gemla Diö in Sweden and it is thought to have been manufactured in the 1950s. The frame is made from black-lacquered wood and the chair has been newly reupholstered. It is in a good vintage condition with signs of wear consistent with age.
Reupholstered MidCentury Swedish Chair by Gemla Diö, 1950s
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