Original Danish 1970s Farstrup Bentwood Brown Leather Chair
A handsome, low, bentwood chair in a mid-brown leather that hails from 1970’s Denmark and is attributed to Farstrup Møbler. A wonderful, light-weight lounge chair that can work in the modern home as a standalone seat or partnered with other seating. Its fluid, ‘open’ form means it is significantly less bulky than a more conventional easy chair, taking up much less space. And of course, vintage, aged leather can be a hard-wearing, practical choice too.
This is an original, used piece that is ‘sold as seen’. It is in good – very good, vintage condition. The chair has been thoroughly cleaned and the tan leather nourished with a natural, neutral balm. The leather is soft, supple and in good order including the working zips and secure buttons. The sectioned cushion sits freely on the frame. There are some wrinkles and minor surface marks to the leather. These are in line with how leather wears through use and are part of its character. Likewise, there are some minor scuffs here and there to the bentwood frame, mainly at the bottom of the legs. The canvas and straps under the cushions are in good order too with just light wear from use. We recommend you browse our photos for an accurate sense of the condition. The maker’s label is still attached underneath, adding cache to this classic seat.
H: 80cm / W: 62cm/ D: 79cm
Seat Height: 38cm / Seat Depth: 46cm