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Danish Arm Chairs by Svend A. Madsen for Moreddi, Set of 2

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Beautiful set of 2 Danish modern dining chairs designed by Svend A. Madsen, imported by Moreddi, circa 1960s. Armchairs with wonderfully shaped armrests & curved backs for extra comfort and large seats. A very sturdy design.
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