3 Mid-Century Danish Modern Black Leather Upholstered Armchairs, Manner of Hans Wegner

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Item #: REG5076

3 Mid-Century Danish Modern armchairs featuring horseshoe arms unified with the backrest as one piece, oval backrest and shaped seat upholstered in black leather, standing on 4 tapered cylindrical legs extending to the arms. (att: HANS WEGNER)(PRICED EACH).

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3 Mid-Century Danish Modern Black Leather Upholstered Armchairs, Manner of Hans Wegner

3 Mid-Century Danish Modern armchairs featuring horseshoe arms unified with the backrest as one piece, oval backrest and shaped seat upholstered in black leather, standing on 4 tapered cylindrical legs extending to the arms. (att: HANS WEGNER)(PRICED EACH)

DETAILS

Sku:  REG5076
Ships From: New York, NY
Creator: Hans Wegner

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

Width:  24.0"
Height: 30.0"
Depth : 24.0"

INFO

Style:  Mid-Century
Materials & Techniques: Leather, upholstered, wood
Category: Seating
Condition: {$product->ConditionNotes}}
Good; Minor losses

About Hans Wegner

Hans Wegner (1914-2007) was a renowned Danish furniture designer and one of the leading figures of the mid-century modern movement. Born in Tønder, Denmark, Wegner's passion for woodworking began at an early age, leading him to pursue a career in furniture design.

Wegner studied at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen, where he trained under renowned architects Kaare Klint and Erik Møller. After completing his education, Wegner embarked on a successful career as a furniture designer, establishing his own studio in 1943.

Throughout his career, Wegner designed over 500 chairs, many of which have become iconic pieces of modern furniture. He was known for his ability to blend functionality, comfort, and aesthetics seamlessly. Wegner's designs often

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