Mid Century Danish H.W. Klein Bramin Tan Brown Leather Swivel Lounge Arm Chair

Mid Century Danish H.W. Klein Bramin Tan Brown Leather Swivel Lounge Arm Chair

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Designer: Henry Walter Klein

Manufacturer: Bramin

Country: Denmark

Date: 1970s

Material: Tan Brown Leather with metal swivel base

Maximum Dimensions: Width 79cm, Depth 84cm, Height 95cm and Seat Height 39cm

Condition: Fair with obvious signs of age related wear and use, in the form of colour variations to the Leather, small stains, water marks and rubbing. This has however created a natural aged patina to the Leather.

Description: A very stylish Danish 1970s swivel chair designed by H.W. Klein and manufactured by Bramin. The chair is upholstered in genuine Tan Brown Leather with button detailing to all cushions. The piece is raised upon an elegant 5 star metal swivel base. Purchased in Denmark, this design classic is an original piece of Mid Century furniture.

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Additional dimensions information:

Seat Height 39cm

Dimensions

W79.0 x H95.0 x D84.0 cm

Condition

Used

Wear condition

Average

Designer

Henry Walter Kelin

Brand/manufacturer

Bramin

Date of manufacture

1970s

Place of origin

Denmark

Material

Leather and Metal

Period

Mid 20th Century

Style

Mid Century Modern

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VAT status

Seller is VAT registered

SKU

89222420
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