Rosewood Ladderback Dining Chairs Vintage Mid Century Modern Set of Four

$1,795

SKU 414-SEA-054 Category

Gorgeous set of four mid-century modern or Scandinavian / Danish modern ladderback rosewood dining chairs. These are in wonderful vintage condition with white muslin on the seats awaiting your upholstery. Circa 1959.

 

Chair Size:

  • Height – 34 Inches
  • Width – 18.5 Inches
  • Depth – 21.5 Inches
  • Seat Height – 18 Inches
  • Weight – 11.5 Pounds

 

Crated Size:

  • Height – 45 Inches
  • Width – 26 Inches
  • Depth – 33 Inches
  • Weight – 170 Pounds

 

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STYLE / PERIOD

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MATERIALS

Rosewood

CIRCA

1950s, 1960s

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Description

Small in stature but large in style! These awesome chairs are not marked but look similar to chairs designed by Niels Koefoed and some wonderful Yugoslavian sets we have seen. Comprised of four bowtie shaped ladderback rungs and front leg stretcher with upholstered seat. The seats are currently covered in a white muslin allowing you to choose just what fantastic fabric or leather you would love to have on them. They complement many styles of tables and are just right for a small apartment. Or combine them with a spectacular pair of captain’s chairs for a set of six. Just make this set of four yours

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STYLE / PERIOD

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MATERIALS

Rosewood

CIRCA

1950s, 1960s