Vintage Midcentury Egon Eiermann Folding Chair

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Vintage Midcentury Egon Eiermann Folding Chair

3,100.00

Vintage Midcentury Egon Eiermann Folding Chair
Bleached Rosewood/Brass “Klappstuhl,” 1950
Vintage Example of Egon Eiermann Design for Wilde+Spieth
Collection of The Museum of  Modern  Art ,New York.
Rare version of an already generally rare and classic design in Sun-Bleached Rosewood with pronounced grain pattern. 
The sit is comfortable and solid.  
Collapsible feature in no way compromises the function or elegance of this classic.
Smooth and Solid Collapse operation for storage. 
Egon Eiermann was a celebrated architect in Germany who, like his European peers Arne Jacobsen and Mies Van de Rohe, designed, along with noteworthy buildings popular industrial designs that went on to serve as icons for their time and for their respective countries. 
See 1945-interieur+design-1960 deutschland.  Also see History of Architecture for landmark Commissions.
Condition details:
Excellent original condition with freshly waxed, hand polished original lacquer.
Elegant and even patina to perfectly functioning brass hardware.  
Solid and lovely specimen.
29.5”ht 20”w20”dp 17.5”seat ht  & 34.25”ht 6”dp 20”w

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