Rosewood midcentury Diningchairs Darby with black leather Torbjørn Afdal, Norway 1960s

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Set of four beautiful midcentury dining chairs model ’Darby’ in solid rosewood and black leather seats. These chairs are designed by Torbjørn Afdal for Bruksbo and manufactured in Norway by Nesjestranda  møbelfabrikk in the early 1960s. Label underneath with Bruksbo , Nesjestranda and Made in Norway stamp. All four pieces are in very good vintage condition with nice patina. Measures: 44 cm D x 43 cm W x 80 cm H, seat height: 44 cm.

Torbjørn Afdal was one of the leading designers at Bruksbo Tegnekontorer and in Scandinavia. Torbjørn Afdal's furnitures was even purchased by Jacqueline Kennedy as a first lady in the White House and by the Japanese Emperor. In Torbjørn Afdal's later years he designed the Parliamentary and chairs and tables to the courthouse in Oslo. Furthermore, Torbjørn Afdal designed the office of then Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland. At the exhibition Norwegian Icons Oslo 2013, Torbjørn Afdal was represented with a great number of his furnitures.


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

Regular price kr 24,000.00 SEK

Set of four beautiful midcentury dining chairs model ’Darby’ in solid rosewood and black leather seats. These chairs are designed by Torbjørn Afdal for Bruksbo and manufactured in Norway by Nesjestranda  møbelfabrikk in the early 1960s. Label underneath with Bruksbo , Nesjestranda and Made in Norway stamp. All four pieces are in very good vintage condition with nice patina. Measures: 44 cm D x 43 cm W x 80 cm H, seat height: 44 cm.

Torbjørn Afdal was one of the leading designers at Bruksbo Tegnekontorer and in Scandinavia. Torbjørn Afdal's furnitures was even purchased by Jacqueline Kennedy as a first lady in the White House and by the Japanese Emperor. In Torbjørn Afdal's later years he designed the Parliamentary and chairs and tables to the courthouse in Oslo. Furthermore, Torbjørn Afdal designed the office of then Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland. At the exhibition Norwegian Icons Oslo 2013, Torbjørn Afdal was represented with a great number of his furnitures.


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