A Pair of Dutch “School of Amsterdam” Art Deco Arm Chairs

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A pair of wooden arm chairs produced in the Netherlands between 1910 and 1930. They are made in the ‘School of Amsterdam’ style, the Dutch version of Art Deco.

The chairs are in very good condition with signs of wear corresponding with age and use.

The chairs are made of oak- and coromandel wood with the structure still very solid. If the leather on the seat is the original I dare not say, but it certainly has age. The leather also shows signs of wear corresponding with age and use, but no tears or holes.

Height of the armrests is 71 cm. Price is for the pair.

H x W x D = 93-48 x 62 x 55 cm / 36.6-18.9 x 24.4 x 21.7 inch

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A pair of wooden arm chairs produced in the Netherlands between 1910 and 1930. They are made in the ‘School of Amsterdam’ style, the Dutch version of Art Deco.

The chairs are in very good condition with signs of wear corresponding with age and use.

The chairs are made of oak- and coromandel wood with the structure still very solid. If the leather on the seat is the original I dare not say, but it certainly has age. The leather also shows signs of wear corresponding with age and use, but no tears or holes.

Height of the armrests is 71 cm. Price is for the pair.

H x W x D = 93-48 x 62 x 55 cm / 36.6-18.9 x 24.4 x 21.7 inch

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