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    This rare wingback chair was designed by Otto Schulz and produced by Boet in Goteborg, Sweden in the 1940s. The elegant organic lines of the design create a striking silhouette. Its generous proportions and the high back make this a sumptous and very comfortable armchair. The chair has been reupholstered in a premium quality white sheepskin with a leather buttoned back. The tapered legs are in solid beechwood.

    Literature: Arvid Berghman (ed) Boet, 1945, model pictured on page 48.