Two dining chairs from the 1960’s, designed by Arne Vodder, made in Denmark by Sibast. Beautiful pieces in classic Scandinavian design and high-quality workmanship. The high backrests make them very comfortable. Materials: solid rosewood and black leather. Condition: Both chairs are in very good condition with only slight signs of wear. Dimensions: 48.5 cm wide x 55.5 cm deep x 98 cm high. Seat height 45 cm
Two dining chairs from the 1960’s by Arne Vodder for Sibast
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Reference number: #19850
|Dimensions||55.5 × 48.5 × 98 cm|
Mid-Century modern, Modern, Scandinavian
1960 – 1969
Organic Materials, Wood
|Location of item||Germany|
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- Store Name: 19 West Furniture
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- Address: Vogelsanger Str. 350 F
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