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Armchair model 53 by Kurt Østervig, Denmark 1950`s

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Amazing and rare armchair model 53 designed by Kurt Østervig for Rolschau møbler, Denmark. From the 1950's. Great shape and fabric which reminds a bit of the outside of a watermelon. Nice teak armlayers that are placed inside the back of the chair. With buttons in the back. Seldom shape and look. 
Measure: 98 cmH, 74 cmW, 85 cmD, 40 cm seat height and depth of seat is 55 cm.

Kurt  Østervig  (1912-1986) was trained as a shipbuilder in Odense, Denmark but Østervig's attachment to wood rather than steel led to his being employed as a furniture designer in E. Knudsen's Studio, among the largest of the times. In 1947 Østervig established his own studio from where he worked with several of Scandinavia's largest furniture manufacturers. as for instance Bernh. Pedersen & Son, Bramin, Jason, Rolschau, Sibast and Vamo, to name a few. 

 

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Amazing and rare armchair model 53 designed by Kurt Østervig for Rolschau møbler, Denmark. From the 1950's. Great shape and fabric which reminds a bit of the outside of a watermelon. Nice teak armlayers that are placed inside the back of the chair. With buttons in the back. Seldom shape and look. 
Measure: 98 cmH, 74 cmW, 85 cmD, 40 cm seat height and depth of seat is 55 cm.

Kurt  Østervig  (1912-1986) was trained as a shipbuilder in Odense, Denmark but Østervig's attachment to wood rather than steel led to his being employed as a furniture designer in E. Knudsen's Studio, among the largest of the times. In 1947 Østervig established his own studio from where he worked with several of Scandinavia's largest furniture manufacturers. as for instance Bernh. Pedersen & Son, Bramin, Jason, Rolschau, Sibast and Vamo, to name a few.