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1940s Czech Art Deco Bentwood Chair • Pair

Item #1130 SOLD

These striking Bentwood chairs were made in Czechoslovakia during the 1940s. They’ve recently been expertly refinished and reupholstered with a gorgeous Belgian Art Deco fabric. These stylish chairs boast a fantastic design and are not only beautiful but they’re also very comfortable.


About the Bentwood process:
Bentwood is a term used to describe furniture made by steaming wood, bending it, and then letting it harden into curved shapes and patterns. It is most often used in the production of rocking chairs, cafe chairs, and other light furniture. The process was developed by Michael Thonet, a German woodworker, who received a patent in 1856.



31″ Tall X 31″ Deep X 28″ Wide

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