This set of six dining chairs was designed by Johannes Andersen for Uldum Moberfabrik, in Denmark during the 1960s. They are made from a solid teak frame that has been cleaned and they were reupholstered with a new black skaï.
Teak Dining Chairs by Johannes Andersen for Uldum Mobelfabrik, 1960s, Set of 6
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This set of six dining chairs was designed by Johannes Andersen for Uldum Moberfabrik, in Denmark during the 1960s.
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|Dimensions||50 × 48 × 88 cm|
|Location of item||Portugal|
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