Designer: Michel Ducaroy
Producer: Ligne Roset
Description: this armchair and its footrest model Marsala were designed by Michel Ducaroy, a French designer, then edited by Ligne Roset in the 70's (publisher label present on the two elements, picture n°9). It consists of a structure in brown thermoformed plexiglass and two cushions (armchair and footrest) in black leather. The armrests are also covered with a small leather cushion. The leather has a beautiful patina of time.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition. It has two white spots on the armchair (picture n°10).
Restoration: this product has not been restored.
Armchair: Height: 73 cm - Seating height: 31 cm - Length: 85 cm - Depth: 100 cm
Footrest: Height: 31 cm - Length: 85 cm - Depth: 76 cm
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