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High quality reproduction of Jorgen Hovelskov design
Originally called the Viking chair by designer Jorgen Hoveltskov when it was exhibited in Copenhagen in 1963, it was renamed the Harp Chair by the journalists in attendance. The distinctive silhouette and rope seat instantly call to mind the instrument, yet the construction has a simple elegance with a two part wood frame held together by rope. The frame anchors the sinuous weaving which gives the chair an airy complexity with a comfortable flexibility. Sure to start a conversations it will quickly transform you and your guest to converts.
Wood : Solid Ash with Walnut Stain
- Width 40"
- Depth 34"
- Total height 53.5"
- Back height 41"
- Seat height (at the front) 15.5"
- Seat height (at the back) 10"
- Seat depth 19"