pair of "h269" art deco chairs
lacquered bentwood & bute tweed
W 70cm, D 88cm, H 76cm
A pair of original 1930s armchairs by Jindrich Halabala. Newly upholstered in mushroom-coloured bute tweed, they are fine examples of Art Deco design.|
|Amongst the most celebrated Czech furniture designers of the 20th century, Halabala worked as head designer for the UP manufacturing company in Brno between 1930 and 1946, creating five perfect examples of Art Deco seating during this time. These chairs are his most famous creations.|
|With only minor signs of age, in excellent structural and aesthetic condition, they are ready to transform your home.|
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