Albert Haberer set of four Arts and Crafts chairs, Germany, 1950

Haberer, Albert
Side Chairs

A set of four cherrywood Arts and Crafts chairs by German designer Albert Haberer for Hermann Fleiner, Stuttgart, circa 1950. 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.

The measurements stated are of the high chairs. The lower ones are 89.5 cm (35") high, with a seat height of 42 cm (16.5"). It is 65 cm (25.5") wide and 55 cm (21.5") deep.

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  • Price on request
  • 39.4 In / 100.0 cm
  • 25.0 In / 63.5 cm
  • 21.7 In / 55.0 cm
  • 16.5 In / 42.0 cm

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