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1930s Bauhaus Chair with Armrests by Mart Stam in Brown

Regular price €620,00
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Artikelnr.: Z679

Stil: Bauhaus

Maße (BxTxH): 52cm x 50cm x 45/82cm

Herkunft: Czech Republic

Designer: Mart Stam

Zustand: Excellent

Material: Wood, steel-tube

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The classic cantilever chair was originally designed by Mart Stam and further developed by designers such as Marcel Breuer and Mies van der Rohe. In the course of the 1930s, various manufacturers produced the chair in large quantities, mostly for, or in cooperation with Thonet. The seat and the backrest are made of molded beech plywood. Sometimes they are veneered with oak or walnut. The steel-tube frame is chrome-plated. We have a large stock of unrestored chairs that we can change to your wishes.
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Installment payment

Participating in the contented tranquility of timelessness should not be the privilege of the rich. Therefore, we have been looking for solutions to this problem. So that every art furniture lover can get their favorite piece. You can make your wish come true with installment payments that are individually tailored to your circumstances.

Alternatively, you can simply select your preferred payment method.

  • American Express
  • Apple Pay
  • Google Pay
  • Maestro
  • Mastercard
  • PayPal
  • SOFORT
  • Visa

Delivery

The shipping costs vary depending on the delivery location and the quantity of goods.