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    This very rare pair of lounge chairs was designed by Sven Ellekaer and produced by Christian Linneberg Møbelfabrik in Denmark, 1962. The striking design is composed of a semi-circular bent backrest and a round circle as a seat, both upholstered in a black vinyl leather. The three legs are made of teak wood, the two back legs supporting the back rest. The decoratively applied vertical lines of a contrasting wenge wood veneer in the legs are unique for this model, which was normally executed entirely in teak or rosewood.

    We have a matching pair of ottomans available, see the last picture of this listing.