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    This rare pair of armchairs was designed by Adolf Wrenger and produced by his company in Lippe, Germany in the early 1950s. The frames in solid, stained beech wood with sculptural armrests connected in a curved line to the back legs. Tapered, slightly curved front legs and rounded seat rail on the front and sides. The chairs retain their original brown and beige patterned velvet upholstery.