An absolutely stunning set of four Mid-Century Danish Modern dining chairs model 78 designed in 1962 by Niels Otto Moller for J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik in Denmark, Makers Stamp (MollerFurniture Maker) underneath seats. These gorgeous chairs feature beautifully sculpted teak frames and exquisite original hand-woven paper cord seats, a superb combination of materials. Clean simple design, Niels Otto Moller beautiful pieces often took up to five years to complete with attention to quality. The original cording is dense, and handwoven from one continuous piece of cord, offering comfort and support, and tightly wrapped and woven in a most attractive design. The horizontal slat backrests feature three elegantly curved bars, creating a stylish, airy profile. Supported by slender straight legs, these chairs exemplify the clean, sleek design technique of the Scandinavian Modern movement. Perfect for seating around a dining table, in an office environment or as accent chairs for additional seating, these chairs will add a timeless touch of Danish design to any setting!
Condition Report: Construction is stable and sturdy; rich teak color and patina, seats tight and supportive; minor imperfections on the edge of 2 chairs.
Makers Stamp (Moller Furniture Maker) underneath seats
Designer: Niels O. Mollers
Manufacturer: J.L. Mollers Mobelfabrik
Date Of Manufacture: 1960s
Materials And Techniques: Teak, paper cord
Condition Details: Wear consistent with age and use
Measurements: 31.75″ tall x 19.75″ wide x 18.25″ deep x seat height 17.5″