Flemming Teisen Pair of Ash Stools with Naugahyde Seating, Denmark, 1938

Christiansen, I.
Teisen, Flemming

A pair of very rare stools from 1938 by Danish architect Flemming Teisen. The stools are made of an ash frame with sand colored naugahyde seat pads, which are a later addition. The feet have cross stretchers with a ball shaped connection in the centre. The stools were made by cabinetmaker I. Christiansen and were published in the Samleren magazine of 1938.  

  • 527
  • Price on request
  • 18.3 In / 46.5 cm
  • 15.0 In / 38.0 cm

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