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    This exceptionally rare armchair was designed by Otto Schulz and produced by Boet in Goteborg, Sweden, 1946. The rounded, organic lines of the design create a striking silhouette. Its generous proportions and the high back make this a sumptous and very comfortable armchair. This elegant design looks great from all angles, making it very suitable for free standing placement in a room.

    The chair retains its presumably original upholstery, which is red short pile mohair velvet. While overall the fabric is in reasonably good condition, it’s showing signs of wear including a few stains and worn fabric around the armrests. Therefore we highly recommend reupholstery. This can be done by our upholstery studio, please contact us for more information. The four slightly tapered legs are in stained beech wood.