Designer: Angel I Pazmino
Producer: Muebles de Estilo
Description: this pair of folding chairs (picture n°15) is the work of Angel I Pazmino for Muebles de Estilo in 1960. These chairs are composed of a solid teak structure covered with thick leather. The leather is embossed with different inca patterns on both chairs.
Galerie44 also presents two other chairs of the same model but different parttern (pictures n°8 and 9).
Condition: these chairs are in good vintage condition. The leather shows traces of time (pictures n°10 and 11), one of the chairs presents two small marks in the wood (pictures 12 and 13).
Restoration: these chairs have not been restored.
Height: 77,5 cm
Seating height: 40 cm
Lenght: 56 cm
Depth: 76 cm
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