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Charlotte Perriand Set of Four 'Dordogne' Dining Chairs in Teak and Straw

Sale price$7,450.00

Charlotte Perriand for Robert Sentou, set of four dining chairs, straw, stained teak, France, 1950s

Set of four dining chairs designed by Charlotte Perriand for Robert Sentou in the 1950s. The chairs feature a stained teak frame, consisting of straight, thick legs that are connected to each other with slim horizontal slats. The seats and backrests consist of straw. The chairs are named 'Dordogne' in reference to the river located in the French Correze region. These chairs embody a natural and minimalistic form of furniture design.

For over seven decades, French designer Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999) dominated the world of design. In her lifetime she has designed buildings, furniture, objects, and art. In a field were men where in charge, Perriand found her place. She was a pivotal figure in design in its broadest sense.

Please note that these items are in good, used condition.

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Product Details

  • condition Good
  • creator Charlotte Perriand (Designer) Robert Sentou (Manufacturer)
  • date of manufacture 1950s
  • dimensions Height 30.12 in. Width 18.71 in. Depth 18.12 in. Seat Height 17.72 in.
  • dimensions Height 76.5 cm Width 47.5 cm Depth 46 cm Seat Height 45 cm
  • material Straw Teak
  • origin France
  • period 1950-1959
  • style Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
  • barcode 50114545