Lounge Chairs & Ottoman By Geoffrey Harcourt For Artifort, 1960s, Set


Lounge Chairs & Ottoman By Geoffrey Harcourt For Artifort, 1960s, Set

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Two rare lounge swivelchairs and ottoman, rustbrown/orange skai leather upholstery, free hanging armrests and a swivel chrome base. The lounge chair with the unusual armrests is designed by Geoffrey Harcourt for Artifort Netherlands, 1960’s. Fair to good condition. Armrest have some signs of use. Letaher cussions are stiff with some signs of use. One cussion has a small repair at the skai (hardly visible). The hocker misses one button to connect the cussion to the frame. Chrome base is a little crooked.

Setprice (2x chair + ottoman)

Width: 80.0 cm
Height: 97.0 cm
Depth: 90.0 cm
Other: seating height 32-40

Estimated Time: Less than one week

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This item will be shipped from Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Netherlands.
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Condition: Used

Wear Condition: Average

Designer: Geoffrey Harcourt

Brand/Manufacturer: Artifort

Date of Manufacture: 1960s

Place of Origin: Netherlands

Material: skai leather, leather, metal

Period: Mid 20th Century

Style: Mid Century Modern

Listed by: Derko-jan_a3e2

This seller is VAT registered.

SKU: 40433491