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Pair of midcentury bentwood armchairs by Jindřich Halabala for UP Závody, 1950´s

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Pair of midcentury bentwood “C” armchairs designed by Jindřich Halabala and produced by UP Závody in the 1950´s. The chairs are stable and comfortable and overall are in good preserved Vintage condition, the fabric shows signs of age and using(fadding on the back, minor scuffs) Price is for the pair Height: 84 cm width: 64 cm Depth: 85 cm Seat height: 43 cm
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