£380.00Visit product page →Designed in 1955 by Arne Jacobsen, and produced by Danish manufacturers Fritz Hansen. The Modernist Series 7 chair is one of the most iconic silhouettes in furniture history, with its signature curved backrest.Fritz Hansen’s bestselling chair, the composition of the Series 7 represents the culmination of the then-revolutionary lamination technique, with its pressure moulded plywood frame crafted to showcase the many possibilities of lamination, and upholstered in its original soft black leather.These are vintage pieces in excellent condition, with some minimal damage to the leather, (photographed). One chair has a small indentation to the leather seat (photographed) all feature matching makers marks on the underside of the seats.We have 8 available, please contact us if you would like individual photos or would like to view them in our St Albans studio.
Height - 80.5cm
Seat Height 46.5cm
£1,000.00Visit product page →
The Sibast No 9 was designed by Danish cabinet maker Helge Sibast in the 1953. It is a combination of 2 designs from the same year, the No7 and the No.8. This pair have been fully restored and are in excellent condition, the oiled oak has a rich patina. The curved backrest has a new sapele veneer and the chair has been upholstered in Tiree (swan) pure wool fabric by Bute.
Height - 73.5cm
Seat Height - 45cm
Width - 52.5 cm
Please contact us for a fabric sample or to view the chairs in our st Albans studio
£1,995.00Visit product page →
The BA 23 was Ernest Race's first design for Race Furniture. First exhibited at the 'Britain Can Make It' exhibition of 1946, the design was awarded a gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1958
The BA 23 manufacturing process was revolutionary, during a time of limited resources it used salvaged materials including recast Aluminium from redundant aircraft and upholstery from recycled RAF cotton duck fabric.
This set of 6 vintage BA3 chairs are in great condition, newly upholstered in Varese Indigo velvet by Designers Guild.
Makers mark clearly visible.
Width - 44 cm
Depth - 49.5 cm
Height - 79 cm
Seat Height 48 cm
£400.00Visit product page →
Wishbone chairs, designed by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son in Denmark in 1950. Featuring a bentwood armrest and paperchord rope seat in a woven envelope pattern. The chair is named after the wishbone shaped backrest.
We regularly have vintage wishbone chairs in stock. Currently we have Beech and paper chord examples.
If you would like more than the quantity we have available, please contact us and we will do our best to source them for you.
Makers Mark clearly visable
£1,200.00Visit product page →
This arm chair was designed by Hans J. Wegner and manufactured by PP Mobler in Denmark, 1969. It is produced in oak with a small wenge inlay in the front and rear of the backrest. The chair has a PP mobler makers mark on underside of the seat.
The pp203 marks one of the most important milestones in the lifelong partnership between Hans Wegner and PP Mobler. It is the first chair featuring the newly designed logo for PP Mobler by Wegner.
£1,800.00Visit product page →
These rare Tito Agnoli chairs were designed and manufactured in the late 50's to early 60's. The rosewood frames have signs of professional restoration, some marks and imperfections, new french cane in perfect condition with no breaks.
The makers marks are clear and present.
Width - 39.5 cm
Depth - 40.5 cm
Height - 77cm
Seat Height - 44cm