This folding chair, model SE 18, was designed in 1952 by Egon Eiermann for Wilde & Spieth and is rightfully considered as one of the most comfortable folding chairs ever created.
The frame is made from black stained solid beech wood, seat and backrest are made from molded beech plywood in olive green.
This particular color combination is pretty rare and a nice and subtle change to the more common natural beech wood model.
The chair is on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in their permanent modern art collection.
Our chairs are in great vintage condition, with a beautiful patina and some sings of wear on the frames (scratches, faded color). (Condition A, 175€)
One chair has a minimal chip on the backrest. (Condition B, 150€)
H 75 cm
H folded 88 cm
W 51 cm
D 51 cm
Price per chair. 4 available.
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