Albert Haberer Pair of Arts and Crafts Chairs, Germany, circa 1950

Haberer, Albert
,
Lounge Chairs
,
Germany
,
1950s

A pair of cherrywood arts and crafts chairs by Albert Haberer for Hermann Fleiner, Stuttgart, circa 1950.

The chairs have loose taupe fabric cushions.

The flexible backrest is made of thin spindles, held together with a leather connection. The leather is a beautiful detail that makes the chair wonderful to sit in.

  • 4238
  • EUR 4800.00
  • 39.8 In / 101.0 cm
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