Round Chair PP501/503

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The Round Chair became the template for a wide range of Danish furniture in the mid century. The piece was instrumental in the the great international breakthrough of Danish Modern designs. Designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1950.
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Delivery time: made to order - minimal 13 weeks

The armrest for the PP Møbler Round Chair consists of three pieces of carved solid wood from a shelter tree approximately 200 years old.

Each piece is cut into rough dimensions from a fresh newly felled tree. The right and left armrests are cut in line with one another and paired to match. The raw parts are then conditioned for a year or two depending on the wood type.

When John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon first met for their televised election debate in 1960, they sat in the Round Chair. It was chosen mainly for its comfort and genuine quality - made in Denmark and shipped to the USA to play an important role in this historic meeting.

 

Dimensions: Width: 24.8", Depth: 20.5",  Height: 29.9", Seat height: 17.3"

Materials: Available in oak, ash, cherry, and walnut frames. Leather or caned seat.

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