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The Chair (model PP503) by Hans J. Wegner, 1949. Originally manufactured by Johannes Hansen, Denmark. Material teak and leather. / iCollector

The Chair (model PP503) by Hans J. Wegner, 1949. Originally manufactured by Johannes Hansen, Denmark. Material teak and leather. / iCollector

Hans Wegner chair  #onekinglane #designisneverdone http://www.pp.dk/index.php?page=collection&cat=1&id=11

Hans Wegner chair #onekinglane #designisneverdone http://www.pp.dk/index.php?page=collection&cat=1&id=11

wegner!  This chair is in the top five of my choices for a new living room chair.  I wonder how comfortable it is to sit in.

wegner! This chair is in the top five of my choices for a new living room chair. I wonder how comfortable it is to sit in.

Hans Wegner designed the Wishbone Chair in 1949. This is one of his most iconic pieces of furniture, it is strong yet very lightweight. It is a very challenging chair to make as the legs are made of solid wood which is steam-bent. The seat is also made of hand-woven paper cord. The chair is made from very durable materials so that it will last for generations.

Hans Wegner designed the Wishbone Chair in 1949. This is one of his most iconic pieces of furniture, it is strong yet very lightweight. It is a very challenging chair to make as the legs are made of solid wood which is steam-bent. The seat is also made of hand-woven paper cord. The chair is made from very durable materials so that it will last for generations.

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