Four Arne Jacobsen 'Novo' Chairs, Denmark, 1930s

Jacobsen, Arne
Dining chairs

A set of four early and rare dining chairs by Arne Jacobsen, one of the most important Danish architects. The chairs are made of beech with woven seagrass seats. They were designed for the Novo Nordisk cafeteria in 1935 and are published in 'Arne Jacobsen, arkitekt & designer.' There is some mild wear, consistent with their age, but the chairs are in an overall very good condition.

  • 214
  • Price on request
  • 32.7 In / 83.0 cm
  • 16.1 In / 41.0 cm
  • 19.1 In / 48.5 cm
  • 17.9 In / 45.5 cm

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