Offered by: H. Gallery
Concordiastraat 68 - 127 Utrecht 3551EM , Netherlands Call Seller 0031302270051

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"Model 1570" Dining Chair by Karl Schrøder for Fritz Hansen, Denmark 1930s

$ 2,708
  • Description
    Karl Schrøder was an artist generally known for his ceramic creations that, for a period of time, he made in his studio in Lillerød. Late in his life he would also design furniture for the most renowned Danish manufacturer, Fritz Hansen. His furniture designs however, remain very rare.

    With a heavy focus on functionality, this design style leans toward modernism and organicity, while incorporating elements of the predecessing design eras. Karl Schrøder designed this chair as part of a collection of rope chairs for the Danish furniture maker Fritz Hansen in the 1930s. Twisted paper cord woven across an open wood frame has been used to form the seats of Danish chairs since the 1930s, but through the mid-century era paper cord became perhaps the most distinctive and, for some people, the type of seat most closely associated with chairs from the Danish Modern period. Noteworthy for its durability, Danish cord is also beloved for its functional and aesthetic qualities. The woven or basket form of seat and back of this dining chair has a tight, visually pleasing pattern in great condition. The beech frame is bent in the back, comprising the back legs and back with a stylish curve that defines the profile. In comparison, the front legs are straight to complement the paper cord and to provide contrast to the curve in the back. The rounded arms curve to envelop the sitter which provides a welcoming appearance. Thanks to its inherent modernism, this chair model can stand in (and out) any interior style.

    Founded in Denmark in 1872, Fritz Hansen is an internationally renowned interior design brand. The design company’s work is guided by the philosophy that even a single piece of furniture can transform, beatify an entire room. In collaboration with visionary designers, the company shaped the Danish design tradition.

    Condition:
    In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use.

    Dimensions:
    20.66 in W x 23.22 in D x 32.87 in H; Seat height 17.71 in; Arm height 27.16 in
    52.5 cm W x 59 cm D x 83.5 cm H; Seat height 45 cm; Arm height 69 cm

    Shipping:
    This dining chair will be packed and shipped with the greatest care to make sure you will receive the item in gallery condition. Complimentary shipping within the Netherlands.
  • More Information
    Origin: Denmark
    Period: 1920-1949
    Materials: Paper cord, Wood
    Condition: Good. In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use.
    Creation Date: 1930s
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Mid Century, Scandinavian Modern
    Dealer Reference #: 20221181
    Incollect Reference #: 579340
  • Dimensions
    W. 20.67 in; H. 32.87 in; D. 23.23 in;
    W. 52.5 cm; H. 83.5 cm; D. 59 cm;
    Seat H. 17.72 in; Arm H. 27.17 in;
    Seat H. 45 cm; Arm H. 69 cm;
Message from Seller:

Located in Utrecht, The Netherlands, H. Gallery specializes in modern and contemporary design with a strong focus on Brazil and Scandinavia. The gallery strives to preserve and promote especially Brazil's rich design heritage and curates a select group of contemporary artists. Meticulous research, ie getting in contact with the original designers, producers, their heirs, and retrieving and indexing old catalogues and magazines is at the heart of its activities. All works presented excel in great

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