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$ 20,000

Rare Pair of Josef Hoffmann Model 725 B/F Chairs for J. & J. Kohn

Documentation Signed
Origin Austria
Period 1900-1919
Materials Bentwood and leather
W. 23.5 in; H. 33.25 in; D. 22.75 in;
W. 59.69 cm; H. 84.46 cm; D. 57.79 cm;
Seat H. 17 in;
Seat H. 43.18 cm;
Condition Good. Wear consistent with age and use. Fine antique condition with age appropriate wear and patina. Upholstery was most likely updated at some historical point and it is with general patina and minor wear as shown. A copy of original invoice is included.
Creation Date about 1905
Number of Pieces 2-3
Description Pair of fantastic Vienna Secession bentwood chairs with upholstery designed by Josef Hoffman (1870-1956) and manufactured by J. & J. Kohn circa early 20th century. These armchairs are model 725 B/F designed in 1905 and are dated from the original production in the Austrian workshop. Quite rare original pair, they feature ebonized bentwood frame with corner ball enforcement details and wine-red leather upholstery accented conforming decorative round tacks along the edge. Both retain factory label remnants as well as manufacturer's name branded to the underside.
Provenance: Purchased from Modernism Gallery, New York in 1986; A copy of original invoice accompanies the chairs.
Reference: J. & J. Kohn factory catalogue, 1916, p. 53, no. 725.
Styles / Movements Collectible Design, Modern, Secession
Incollect Reference Number 497429
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