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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 sumptuous and very comfortable armchair. The four tapered legs are in elm wood. The chair retains its original raspberry red upholstery with buttoned back. The upholstery is in reasonable condition, with noticeable wear and fading on the armrests and the front of the seat. If desired, the chair can reupholstered in the fabric of your choice, please contact us for the possibilities.

    Literature: Arvid Berghman (ed) Boet, 1945.