Haagse School P.E.L.Izeren for De Genneper Molen Chair


P.E.L.Izeren for de Genneper Molen, chair, oak, wood, The Netherlands, 1930s

Stately chair made in the Dutch Haagse School period. This chair is designed by P.E.L. Izeren for manufacturer the Genneper Molen in the 1930s. This chair shows stunning details in the grain of the wood used to produce the item. An interesting feature of this design are the seat that stands out of the rest of the design in an architectonic way.

The 'Haagse School' or Hague School was a movement in architecture and design, and a variant of Art Deco. Designs from this period are easily recognizable by the straight and cubic shapes often used in the designs of furniture that reflect the style of architecture from that period in time.

Please note that this item is in good, used condition.

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Product Details

  • condition Good
  • date of manufacture 1930s
  • dimensions Height 27.37 in. Width 23.23 in. Depth 19.3 in.
  • dimensions Height 69.5 cm Width 59 cm Depth 49 cm
  • material Oak Wood
  • origin
  • period 1930-1939
  • style
  • barcode 50114242