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    This rare chair was manufactured by Sigfrid Ljungqvists Möbelfabrik in Habo, Sweden. The chair was named the model Ving/300 and it was produced in 1958. The wing shaped back with its curved, organic lines gives the chair a sculptural quality. This striking side chair could also function as a vanity or desk chair. The four legged base is in stained beech wood. The chair retains its original petrol blue fabric and upholstery.

    Literature reference: Andreas Siesing, Svenska möbler: Folkhemsform i ull, jakaranda, furu och bok 1949-1970, page 128.