Hans J. Wegner Dinning Room Set- 8 Of Wishbone CH24 Chairs & Dining Table AT-312
Scandinavian Modern period dinning room set (dinning table and 8 dinning chairs) designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1950s period, Denmark. Extendable dinning room table Model no. AT-312 manufactured for Andreas Tuck. Made entirely of oak wood, with beautiful patina. Has two extra leaves that slide under the table top.
Measurements extendable: W 240cm x D 90cm x H 72cm. Not extended: W 140cm x D 90cm x H 72cm. Originally marked.
Set of 8 dinning room chairs Model no. CH24 named as "Wishbone" Chairs manufactured for Carl Hansen & Soner, Denmark, 1949. All chairs are originally marked. Early edition! The chairs are made of solid oak wood and the paper cord seatings. Wegner developed the characteristic Y-shaped back that the Wishbone chair is named after. More than 100 steps are required to manufacture each Wishbone chair, most of which are carried out by hand. The handwoven seat alone takes a skilled craftsman about an hour to create, using approximately 120 meters of paper cord, the impressive durability and stability of which makes the chair both strong and long-lasting. The Wishbone chair offers comfort and stability as well as satisfying aesthetic desires for distinctive, elegant form. Over time, the Wishbone chair has gained recognition as the ideal chair, capturing the essence of modern Danish design.
Measurements: D 50cm x W 54cm x H 72cm x SH 44cm.