Very robust armchair made of solid pine wood. The seating and backrest are made of saddle leather and are suspended in an ingenious fashion into the frame. Produced by Houtwerk Hattem.
Vintage Dutch Easy chair designed by Ate van Apeldoorn, 1970s
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Reference number: #19954
|Dimensions||75 × 80 × 75 cm|
|Designer(s)||van Apeldoorn Ate|
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