Vintage Pair of Teak Dining Chairs by H.W. Klein for BraminRegular price$1,350.00 Sale price
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Designer Henry Walter Klein was born in Norway in 1919. In 1949, he moved to Denmark to study interior design at the Tekniske Skile in Frederikberg. There, he trained under the prominent Danish designer and architect Finn Juhl. His chairs, tables, and sideboards are characteristic of the postwar Danish modern style, typically involving fine woods and well proportioned, well crafted forms.
Originally known as N.A. Jørgensen, Danish furniture manufacturer Bramin was founded in Bramming. In its heydey, Bramin collaborated with many well respected Danish designers, such as Johannes Andersen, Hans Olsen, Kurt Østervig, and Frank Reenskaug. However, Bramin’s most successful relationship was undoubtedly with H.W. Klein.
The chairs came to us in a sorry state, featuring dated, soiled upholstery with badly stained and marked wood. After a full restoration they are now looking absolutely stunning once more.
The seat pads have been fitted with new tension webbing, coconut coir wadding and a luxurious beige boucle fabric.
Each chair measures approximately 49cm wide, 50cm deep, and 75cm tall with a seat height of 47cm.