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    This rare lounge chair was designed by Fritz Neth and produced by the Correcta Sitzformbau Company in Kassel, Germany in the early 1950s. The organic and round lines of the egg shaped shell give the chair a striking and inviting appearance. The chair is very comfortable to sit in, thanks to its well thought out construction and proportions. The four legs are in a black painted metal and offer a nice contrast with the upholstery.

    The chair has been fully reconditioned according to the original interior upholstery and newly upholstered in an ivory color Dedar ‘Artemidor’ fabric. This precious Alpaca wool bouclé is very soft and pleasant to the touch.

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