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Sibast No. 8 Set of Five Danish Chairs
By Sibast
Located in Austin, TX
Set of five Danish Sibast No. 8 chairs. Each features a spindle back and original vinyl upholstery. They are very comfortable and stylish, each stamped ‘Sibast - Made in Denmark’ on ...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Chairs

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Teak, Upholstery

  • Sibast No. 8 Set of Five Danish Chairs
  • Sibast No. 8 Set of Five Danish Chairs
  • Sibast No. 8 Set of Five Danish Chairs
  • Sibast No. 8 Set of Five Danish Chairs
H 28.375 in. W 20.375 in. D 21.75 in.
Helge Sibast “No. 8” Danish Mid-Century Modern Spindle Back Armchair
By Sibast, Helge Sibast
Located in Shippensburg, PA
Designed by Helge Sibast in 1953, the Sibast No. 8 exhibits a distinctly original scissor form with a cantilevered seat; the steam bent laminated armchair curves around the sitter, s...
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20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Chairs

Materials

Upholstery, Teak, Bentwood

Helge Sibast, Sibast Furniture Set of Four Danish No.8 Teak Cantilever Armchairs
By Sibast, Helge Sibast
Located in London, GB
Helge Sibast. Sibast Furniture. A set of four No.8 Danish teak cantilever armchairs Original label underneath - "Sibast Furniture. Made in Denmark" With later fabric covered seats.
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Vintage 1960s Danish Scandinavian Modern Dining Room Chairs

Materials

Teak

Helge Sibast Armchair No. 8, Denmark, 1953
By Helge Sibast
Located in Frankfurt / Dreieich, DE
Oak and fabric armchair no 8 by Helge Sibast, Denmark, 1953. Measures: H 72 cm, D 53 cm, W 55 cm, SH 42 cm Good original condition.       Helge Sibast was a Danish furniture designer...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Armchairs

Materials

Fabric, Oak

  • Helge Sibast Armchair No. 8, Denmark, 1953
  • Helge Sibast Armchair No. 8, Denmark, 1953
  • Helge Sibast Armchair No. 8, Denmark, 1953
  • Helge Sibast Armchair No. 8, Denmark, 1953
H 28.35 in. W 21.66 in. D 20.87 in.
Helge Sibast Dining Chairs Model No 6 by Sibast Møbelfabrik in Denmark
By Helge Sibast
Located in Malmo, SE
Rare set of 6 dining chairs model no 6 designed by Helge Sibast. Produced by Sibast møbelfabrik in Denmark.
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Dining Room Chairs

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Faux Leather, Oak, Teak

Danish Mid-Century Modern Spindle-Back Armchair “No. 8” by Helge Sibast
By Sibast, Helge Sibast
Located in Shippensburg, PA
Designed by Helge Sibast in 1953, the Sibast No. 8 exhibits a distinctly original scissor form with a cantilevered seat; the steam bent laminated armchair curves around the sitter, s...
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20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Armchairs

Materials

Upholstery, Teak, Bentwood

Model No. 204 Dining Table by Arne Vodder for Sibast Mobler, Denmark, 1955
By Arne Vodder, Sibast
Located in Antwerp, BE
Elegant dining table designed by Arne Vodder for Sibast Mobler, Denmark, 1955. This is model no. 204 and features a solid oak base and teak veneered top.
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Dining Room Tables

Materials

Oak, Teak

Midcentury Elliptical Danish Teak Expandable Dining Table by Arne Vodder No. 212
By Sibast, Arne Vodder
Located in BROOKLYN, NY
Midcentury teak elliptical oval Danish extension dining table with (2) leaves designed by Arne Vodder. Model no. 212. Made by sibast in Denmark. This table is very high quality hand ...
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Vintage 1960s Danish Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Tables

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Teak

Rare Set of Six Helge Sibast for Sibast Møbler No. 8 Dining Chairs, circa 1960
By Sibast, Helge Sibast
Located in Shippensburg, PA
Designed by Helge Sibast in 1953, the Sibast No. 8 exhibits a distinctly original scissor form with a cantilevered seat; the steam bent laminated armchair curves around the sitter, s...
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Vintage 1960s Danish Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Chairs

Materials

Fabric, Teak, Bentwood

Danish Modern Teak "No. 8" Armchairs Designed by Helge Sibast
By Helge Sibast
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Elegant set of four dining chairs by Danish designer Helge Sibast. Hand carved solid teak wood with sculptural design, spindle detail and rounded back. The cushions have a "floating"...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Mid-Century Modern Armchairs

Danish Modern Teak Wood Arm Chair No. 8 by Helge Sibast, 1953
By Helge Sibast
Located in Odense, DK
Iconic Danish Modern armchair in beautifully grained teak wood by Architect and Cabinetmaker Helge Sibast. The chair features a wonderfully patinated teak frame with scissor legs and...
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Armchairs

Materials

Teak

Rosewood No. 62 Dining Chairs by Arne Vodder for Sibast, 1950s, Set of 5
By Sibast, Arne Vodder
Located in Teteringen, Noord-Brabant
The Arne Vodder chair no. 62 has an elegantly shaped backrest and a seat that seems to be assembled backwards. High standard in ergonomic design, this chair sits really well. The cha...
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Vintage 1960s Danish Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Chairs

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Rosewood

Arne Vodder No. 62A Rosewood Armchair
By Sibast, Arne Vodder
Located in Berkeley, CA
This gorgeous armchair was designed by Arne Vodder for Sibast Møbler in 1961. This model 62A is crafted in beautiful solid Brazilian rosewood and wears its original black leather uph...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Mid-Century Modern Armchairs

Materials

Leather, Rosewood

  • Arne Vodder No. 62A Rosewood Armchair
  • Arne Vodder No. 62A Rosewood Armchair
  • Arne Vodder No. 62A Rosewood Armchair
  • Arne Vodder No. 62A Rosewood Armchair
H 31 in. W 24.5 in. D 22 in.

Sibast No 8 For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic sibast no 8 available at 1stDibs. A sibast no 8 — often made from wood, hardwood and teak — can elevate any home. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect sibast no 8 — we have versions that date back to the 20th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. A sibast no 8 made by Mid-Century Modern designers — as well as those associated with Scandinavian Modern — is very popular. Sibast, Helge Sibast and Arne Vodder each produced at least one beautiful sibast no 8 that is worth considering.

How Much is a Sibast No 8?

Prices for a sibast no 8 can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $995 and can go as high as $9,148, while the average can fetch as much as $3,081.

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