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    This elegant pair of armchairs was designed by Ole Wanscher and produced by Poul Jeppesen Møbelfabrik in Denmark in the 1950s. This model was numbered 149 and is also known as the ‘Colonial Chair’. Solid walnut wood frame with the horizontal slatted backrest and rounded, slim armrests giving the design a refined appearance. Woven cane seating and down filled cushions in beautifully patinated, soft black leather. Marked and labeled by P. Jeppesen.