Vintage Danish Modern Dining Teak Chair by Juul Kristensen for JK Denmark, 1960s
Delivering from: Warsaw, Poland
This modernist dining chair was designed by Juul Kristensen for the Danish manufacturer JK Denmark during the 1960s. The chair is made of solid teak wood in a warm shade of brown and strong graining. The contoured backrest smoothly blends with the integrated seat and slender legs. The seat is upholstered in a high-quality light woollen fabric. This chair will be the perfect complement to many arrangements. It is a single piece, ideally suited to an eclectic project where the chairs at the table differ from each other.
JK Denmark is a Danish manufacturer that specialized in the production of high-quality teak furniture in the 1960s and 1970s.
This chair is in original vintage condition. It has a natural patina. The seat is 46 cm high.
|Dimensions||49 × 45 × 81 cm|
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