Pair Of Egon Eiermann Se68 Chairs


Pair Of Egon Eiermann Se68 Chairs


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Two Egon Eiermann SE68 chairs designed by German architect Egon Eiermann in 1951, manufactured by Wilde & Spieth, Germany in the 1960s.

Chrome-plated tubular steel frame, the seats and back rests have been reupholstered in BUTE Melrose fabric.

Egon Eiermann (1904-1970) was an important German architect who designed this chair after visiting Charles & Ray Eames in America. He also designed the new build of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche in Berlin (1959-1963).

Price is for the pair.

Width: 44.0 cm
Height: 79.0 cm
Depth: 42.0 cm
Other: Seat Height 46 cm

Can be collected from London, SE15
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Wear Condition: Good

Designer: Egon Eiermann

Brand/Manufacturer: Wilde & Spieth

Date of Manufacture: 1960s

Place of Origin: Germany

Period: Mid 20th Century

Style: Mid Century Modern

Listed by: Frances_a901
SKU: 41619701