Fredericia 2334 Easy Chair

$5,915.00
An easy chair designed by Børge Mogensen's son, architect Peter Mogensen, as the completion of his father's last furniture series, initiated in 1971. The chair is suitable for hospitality, lounges and private homes.
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Delivery time: 12-13 Weeks

33.46" W x 30.71" D x 30.71" H | Seat: 16.93" H
(85 x 78 x 78 | 43 cm)

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Care Instructions

LACQUERED & PAINTED WOOD

Clean with a soft cloth tightly wrung out in clean water. Wipe the wood following the direction of the grain. For dirty surfaces, use a mild solution of soap flakes or a universal cleaning agent. Then polish with a soft, dry cloth. Never leave wet patches on lacquered wood surfaces as it can cause the lacquer to peel.

LEATHER

Leather should be dried with a soft dry cloth, or a soft cloth tightly wrung in cold clean water. For vegetable-tanned leather, use demineralised water, or boiled water which has been allowed to cool. If you use a damp cloth, always wipe the entire surface to avoid marks. Then polish with a soft, dry cloth. In so far as possible, try to avoid placing leather furniture in direct sunlight.

OIL TREATED WOOD

Oiled wood surfaces should be wiped with a soft dry cloth. Always wipe the wood following the direction of the grain. Never use water on untreated wood surfaces if it can be avoided. If necessary, always use a soft cloth tightly wrung out in clean water. If additional cleaning is required, use a mild soap flake solution or a cleaning agent for oiled wood surfaces. The wood will then need to be re-oiled later to prevent the wood from drying out.

SOAP TREATED & UNTREATED  WOOD

Wood surfaces should be wiped with a soft dry cloth, or a soft cloth tightly wrung out in clean water. Always wipe the wood following the direction of the grain. If you use a damp cloth, always wipe the entire surface to avoid marks. Then polish with a soft, dry cloth. Dirt and grease stains must be removed with a soft cloth, tightly wrung out in a mild soap flake solution.

TEXTILE

Textiles should be regularly vacuum-cleaned to avoid wear from dust and dirt. Wet marks should be carefully removed with a soft cloth. In the case of stubborn marks, refer to the cleaning instructions from the textile supplier.