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This rare ‘Madame’ lounge chair was designed by Fritz Neth and produced by the Correcta Sitzformbau Company in Kassel, Germany in the early 1950s. The organically shaped seat gives the chair a sculptural and striking appearance. The chair is very comfortable to sit in, thanks to its well thought out construction and proportions.

The chair is in fully original condition, retaining its original high quality short-haired velvet. There is wear to the fabric, including minor creasing, pressure marks and light fading. The moulded latex foam interior is in overall reasonably good condition considering its age, with minor crumbinling in some parts. The metal legs in overall good condition with minor wear.

Even though the chair is comfortable and useable in its current condition, we would recommend reupholstering this piece. If desired, the chair can be newly upholstered according to your personal wishes by our experienced upholsterer.

Literature: R. Bermpohl & H. Winkelmann, Das Moebelbuch, C. Bertelsmann Verlag, 1958, page 372.