Mid Century Furniture

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Mid Century Erik Kirkegaard Upholstered Dining Chair
This stunning upholstered armchair was designed by Erik Kirkegaard and made by Hong Stolefabrik in Denmark, in the 1960’s. Known as the “Model 43” Chair, it has a rich mahogany frame and dark blue upholstered backs and seats. This armchair offers superb seating comfort as the wide curved back support combines with the soft seat and elbow rest. These are in excellent vintage condition, with minor signs of wear and usage. Dimensions: 62 cms w x 60 cms d x 84 cms h (Seat height: 45 cms)
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Mid Century Pagwood Dining Chairs
Circa 1960’s are these vintage Mid Century Pagwood dining chairs, with polished chromed tubular steel legs. Pagwood is a highly compressed resin-soaked wood-core plywood made of wafer-thin veneer of the copper beech tree. Ideal for dining at home, with a Mid Century feel, or for use in a cafe or restaurant. Note: the cost is for one chair only and are only sold in multiples of 2. There are a total of 6 chairs available. Dimensions: 53 cms w x 49 cms d x 76 cms h (seat height: 44 cms)
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Vintage Mantis Black Leather Swivel Chair
These chairs are amazingly comfortable & look very cool! The high back lounge chairs, by Dutch designer, Gerard van den Berg, were made in the 1970’s by Montis, the company that introduced a revolutionary idea for upholstering, known as the Jacket technique. The innovative idea consisted of a leather cover that could be zipped around a metal frame. The chairs easily swivel round a full 360 degrees on a metal frame. Dimensions: 100 cms w x 90 cms d x 102 cms h (seat height: 40 cms)