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    This striking pair of lounge/easy chairs was designed by Otto Schulz and produced by his company Boet in the 1940s. With their curved backs and soft padded cushions, the chairs are very comfortable. The ‘Schulz’ model has become one of the iconic designs of the Swedish Modern period.

    The chairs retain their presumably original velvet upholstery with a floral pattern. The fabric has been preserved well. Minor dryness/crumpling of the interior upholstery on the backrests. The beech legs have been restored and refinished.