Victor Wilkins for G Plan Set of 'Fresco' Six Dining Chairs in Teak
Victor Bramwell Wilkins for G Plan, set of six dining chairs, model 'Fresco', faux leather, teak, United Kingdom, 1967
Set of eight dining chairs, designed by Victor Bramwell Wilkins for the British manufacturer G Plan in 1967. Wilkins designed the chairs for a series of furniture called 'Fresco', consisting of dining chairs. The chairs have a curved and slightly tilted backrest. Both the backrest and seating cushion are upholstered in black faux leather. This is placed on an elegant frame in teakwood with tapered legs.
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