Vintage Set Of Four Harry Ostergaard For Randers Mobelfabrik Model 59 Danish Teak Dining Chairs

Vintage Set Of Four Harry Ostergaard For Randers Mobelfabrik Model 59 Danish Teak Dining Chairs

£1,995.00

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Danish furniture has always been known and praised for its premium quality and exceptional design, and this beautiful set of four teak dining chairs is certainly no exception.

Designed by Harry Ostergaard these model 59 chairs were first produced for Randers Mobelfabrik or Denmark in 1960, and look just as good today as the day they were made. The sleek lines and solid, molded curved backs are not only pleasing on the eye but designed with comfort in mind too.

The chairs came to us in pretty bad shape but have now been expertly restored by the wonderful Wynn Griffiths and Tarr. They have been fully stripped back and refinished along with new upholstery, and as a result, look absolutely stunning. The perfect item for any lover of simple Mid 20th Century Danish design.

As with any vintage furniture although restored there are still very minor signs of wear commensurate with age. Each chair measures approximately 50cm wide, 47cm deep, and 76cm tall with a seat height of 47cm.

Width: 50.0 cm
Height: 47.0 cm
Depth: 47.0 cm

Estimated Time: Less than one week

Delivery times vary depending on each item. If we can box it, we try and aim to do so and dispatch the item the very same day.

For larger items, we ask that you get in touch with your post code so we can request quotes from our couriers. Larger items usually take between 7 and 14 days to be delivered depending on the driver's routes.

For any queries, please feel free to get in touch.

This item will be shipped from Carlisle, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
If you want to save on delivery costs, this item is available for collection.
We offer a 14-day return policy. Please check our conditions.

Condition: Used

Wear Condition: Good

Designer: Harry Ostergaard

Date of Manufacture: 1960

Place of Origin: Denmark

Material: Wood, Teak, Vinyl

Period: Mid 20th Century

Listed by: Mark_d802

SKU: 25227418

Danish furniture has always been known and praised for its premium quality and exceptional design, and this beautiful set of four teak dining chairs is certainly no exception.

Designed by Harry Ostergaard these model 59 chairs were first produced for Randers Mobelfabrik or Denmark in 1960, and look just as good today as the day they were made. The sleek lines and solid, molded curved backs are not only pleasing on the eye but designed with comfort in mind too.

The chairs came to us in pretty bad shape but have now been expertly restored by the wonderful Wynn Griffiths and Tarr. They have been fully stripped back and refinished along with new upholstery, and as a result, look absolutely stunning. The perfect item for any lover of simple Mid 20th Century Danish design.

As with any vintage furniture although restored there are still very minor signs of wear commensurate with age. Each chair measures approximately 50cm wide, 47cm deep, and 76cm tall with a seat height of 47cm.

Width: 50.0 cm
Height: 47.0 cm
Depth: 47.0 cm

Estimated Time: Less than one week

Delivery times vary depending on each item. If we can box it, we try and aim to do so and dispatch the item the very same day.

For larger items, we ask that you get in touch with your post code so we can request quotes from our couriers. Larger items usually take between 7 and 14 days to be delivered depending on the driver's routes.

For any queries, please feel free to get in touch.

This item will be shipped from Carlisle, United Kingdom.
If you want to save on delivery costs, this item is available for collection.
We offer a 14-day return policy. Please check our conditions.

Condition: Used

Wear Condition: Good

Designer: Harry Ostergaard

Date of Manufacture: 1960

Place of Origin: Denmark

Material: Wood, Teak, Vinyl

Period: Mid 20th Century

Listed by: Mark_d802