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Scuola Torinese Rare Sinuous Chairs in Wood


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Very rare pair of wooden chairs designed by the Turin School in the 1950s, of fine Italian manufacture.
The chairs are very beautiful and distinctive and are made entirely of a very beautiful and durable dark solid wood.
The chairs have three feet at the base that support the frame, all made of very nice wood. The uniqueness lies in the workmanship: in fact, the legs are designed and made with a very sinuous pattern, which seems to give the chairs a springy effect, actually it is very elegance and design.
The seat is quite linear, with the end folding slightly over the legs and continuing on the backrest. At the height of the kidneys, woodwork can be seen that allows the wood to indent so that the seat is definitely more comfortable.
The back still rises softly and then goes wider at the top, giving a comfortable effect for the shoulders as well.
The chairs excellently display and boast splendid woodworking skills, the focal point of these designer chairs. Not to be missed!


Height: 93 cm (36.61 in.)

Width: 41 cm (16.14 in.)

Depth: 42 cm (16.53 in.)

Seat High: 45 cm (17.71 in.)


The chairs are in good and original period condition, with minor scratches and light wear consistent with time and use. Being a period item, it is possible that it has some scratches or defects.

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