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The Cigar armchairs GE240 by Hans J. Wegner - Denmark 1960`s

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A nice pair of the Cigar chair with reversible cushions by Hans J. Wegner for Getama Denmark. 1960`s cigar chairs. made of teak and oak.
These Cigar chairs has a reversible black and a red side with nice patterns.  Measures: 80 cmHx67 cmWx74 cmD. Seatheight: 38 cmH.

Hans Jørgensen Wegner, (April 2, 1914 – January 26, 2007)  is the real master of Danish chair design. Hans J. Wegner has a background as a skilled cabinet maker.  He had a hand of making wood into his chairs, and a special talent for using the characteristics of the material to create surprising, sculptural lines. To Wegner a chair isn't just a piece of furniture, but a work of art made to support the human form.
Wegner received several major design prizes through the years, from the Lunning prize in 1951 and the Grand Prix of the Milan Triennale in the same year, to the Prince Eugen medal in Sweden and the Danish Eckersberg medal. In 1959, he was made honorary Royal designer for industry by the Royal Society of Arts in London. 

"A scandinavian midcentury modern furniture you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"
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A nice pair of the Cigar chair with reversible cushions by Hans J. Wegner for Getama Denmark. 1960`s cigar chairs. made of teak and oak.
These Cigar chairs has a reversible black and a red side with nice patterns.  Measures: 80 cmHx67 cmWx74 cmD. Seatheight: 38 cmH.

Hans Jørgensen Wegner, (April 2, 1914 – January 26, 2007)  is the real master of Danish chair design. Hans J. Wegner has a background as a skilled cabinet maker.  He had a hand of making wood into his chairs, and a special talent for using the characteristics of the material to create surprising, sculptural lines. To Wegner a chair isn't just a piece of furniture, but a work of art made to support the human form.
Wegner received several major design prizes through the years, from the Lunning prize in 1951 and the Grand Prix of the Milan Triennale in the same year, to the Prince Eugen medal in Sweden and the Danish Eckersberg medal. In 1959, he was made honorary Royal designer for industry by the Royal Society of Arts in London. 

"A scandinavian midcentury modern furniture you will be able to enjoy your whole life!"