Albert Haberer Wingback Armchair, Germany, circa 1950

Haberer, Albert
Lounge Chairs

A rare high wingback edition of the architectural arts and crafts chair by Albert Haberer for Hermann Fleiner, Stuttgart, circa 1949.
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 chair has the original red fabric seat pad and head rest.

  • 4251
  • Price on request
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