Pair of Brutalist Spanish Chairs in Leather and Brass

$2,950.00 USD per set
$2,950.00 USD

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Pair of armchairs, wood, saddle leather, brass, Spain, 1950s

These classic, sturdy chairs are of Spanish origin. The lines and forms are simple, yet with the right amount of tension. The natural leather upholstery is in rich patinated condition, with dark stains and discoloration all-over. The age-appropriate patinated leather contributes to the rich and warm appearance of the chair. The style of the wooden frame is simple and understated and executed in a dignified manner. The brass nails enrich the saddle leather in a vigorous manner. The nails add to the character of the chair and are very reminiscent of 18th century Spanish chairs. With the presence of spots, scratches and traces, this pair carries real uniqueness and distinctiveness.

Please note that the leather on one side of the seat is attached differently compared to the other chair. Therefore, we advice restoration before use. This can be done 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 restoration is possible as well.

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Product details

  • condition Good
  • date of manufacture 1950s
  • dimensions Height 34.85 in. Width 26.19 in. Depth 20.67 in. Seat Height 15.95 in.
  • dimensions Height 88.5 cm Width 66.5 cm Depth 52.5 cm Seat Height 40.5 cm
  • material Brass Leather Wood
  • origin Spain
  • period 1950-1959
  • style Mid-Century Modern (In the Style Of)
  • Barcode 50111712