Set of Six De Coene 'Madison' Dining Chairs in Walnut
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Fred Sandra for De Coene, set of six dining chairs 'Up 636', walnut and black leatherette chairs, Belgium, 1960s.
The elegant dining chairs are part of the Madison series designed by Sandra for De Coene. These majestic chairs have a walnut frame with a beautiful visible grain. The seating in black faux leather with a small back cushion in the back. Exceptional detail how the seat floats in the walnut frame. These chairs are in a very good condition.
The black skai leather has minor traces of age and use. Reupholstery is possible before shipping by our experienced craftsman in our own in-house restoration atelier. With high attention for the original, they make sure every piece retains its value and is ready for the many years to come. We kindly ask you to contact our design experts for further information about the endless possibilities our restoration and upholstery atelier has to offer. Of course, a locally organized reupholstery is possible as well.
De Coene was founded in 1887 in Kortrijk (Belgium) by Jozef de Coene, who was at that time 13 years old. In 1895 his younger brother Adolphe joined the company. In their early years De Coene was inspired by Henry van de Velde, Art Deco and the Arts and Crafts-movement. The company made many custom-made furnishings which leads to an expansive growth. After world war one, the brother visited the United States where they became acquainted with laminated wood production, and purchased a wood-stripping machine. They were the first company that made triplex in Belgium which led to the ability to mass produce. In 1954 they received the right to produce Knoll furniture. But although the company produced on a large-scale, their were still world famous for their meticulously detailed, high-quality and Art Deco inspired furniture.
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