Armchair, Copenhagen / Københavnerstolen, by Mogens Voltelen for Niels Vodder

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Easy chair, model Copenhagen / Københavnerstolen, designed by Mogens Voltelen, in 1936 for Niels Vodder. In patinated oak, leather, brass.

Details

  • Period
    Mid-20th Century
  • Materials and Techniques
    Leather
    Oak
  • Condition
    Good. Leather from circa late 20th century.
  • Wear
    Minor losses
    Dimensions
    37.8 in. H x 19.69 in. W x 33.46 in. D
    96 cm H x 50 cm W x 85 cm D
  • Seat Height
    14.96 in. (38 cm)
  • Dealer Location
    Stockholm, Sweden
  • Number of Items
    1
  • Reference Number
    LU100707510593
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