Pair of vintage metal and skai "Swan" armchairs by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1960s

Netherlands

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About this vintage design furniture

A beautiful pair of "Swan" chairs designed by Arne Jacobsen, manufactured by Fritz Hansen in Denmark around 1960.These exceptional pieces have chrome-plated metal crossbases. The round design of the seat gives it a very nice appeal as well as seating comfort. It is covered with original blue skai (faux leather). The color of this material blends very well with the shiny silver chrome of the base and adds a sense of luxury to the whole. This combination of elegance and modern design makes this chair a very recognizable Jacobsen model. The seats are adjustable in height, making the chairs versatile to suit individual preferences. The set is in very good original condition (!), with minor wear consistent with age and use, and retains a beautiful patina.Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) was one of the most influential Danish architects and designers of the 20th century. His buildings and products, such as his swan and egg chairs, combine modernist ideals with a Nordic love of naturalism. Reference : 251063

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Features

Length
76 cm
Height
86 cm
Depth
67 cm
Designer
Arne Emil Jacobsen
Condition
Good
Quantity
Set of 2
Style
Other
Period
1960s
Origin
Denmark
Colour
Blue
Secondary colour
Blue
Main material
Metal

delivery and return

  • Shipped from : Netherlands
  • Delivery time :
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    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
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About the designer

Arne Emil Jacobsen

1902 - 1971

Arne Emil Jacobsen is a Danish architect and designer. He is among the most famous 20th century's designers, and embodies the « functionnalist » movement.

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