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    This striking sofa was designed by Ragnar Helsén and produced by AB Stjernmöbler in Herrljunga, Sweden in 1956. The model of the sofa and its matching armchair was named Vinga. The two seat sofa is upholstered in a white long hair sheepskin. The tapered legs with ball shaped feet are made of solid beech wood.

    The model is documented in the following literature: Andreas Siesing “Svenska Möbler. Folkhemsform i ull, jakaranda, furu och bok 1949-1970” Atlantis, 2015, page 82.