Great looking pair of Scandinavian arm chairs with an interesting story to boot. These once sat in the National Geographic conference room in Maryland and were ordered in the 1960s. They feature nicely sculpted teak frames and lovely, time worm green leather. The chairs are between lounge and conference size but are roomy and comfortable. The frames are solid and in really nice vintage condition with only minor surface wear. The leather shows some distress but has plenty of life left. Price is for the pair.
27" W x 25" D x 32 1/2" H x 19" Seat H
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