Iconic midcentury armchair designed by Hans J Wegner with teak paws and legs produced mid 1950s by AP stolen, Copenhagen model AP19. Beautifully refurbished with Tiree swan upholstery and contrasting tan leather buttons and piping.
This icon of Danish design has it's reputation due to being on the of the most comfortable chairs that you can relax in.
This is due to the unique use of pullman springs inside the back which absorb you and offer unrivalled support.
The chair has original teak paws and legs which show a beautiful warm patina and perfectly blend with the new upholstery.
The chairs upholstery is a beautiful boucle made by Bute Fabrics of Scotland, called Tiree Swan.
It is complimented and contrasted by the tan leather buttons and piping, making this chair stand out from any others.
The seat cushion is new foam, supplied from Denmark directly, and is double sided for even use on each side.
The frame bears the Danish furniture makers control mark under the seat, signalling the high standard to which it has been produced.
RATED 5/5 FOR INVESTMENT
Based on rarity and age.