Charlotte Perriand Pair of Rare and Early Courchevel Chairs, France, 1940s

Perriand, Charlotte
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Dining chairs
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France
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1940s

A pair of beautifully aged Charlotte Perriand 'Courchevel' chairs. The chairs haven an ash frame with round supports and curved backrests. The original rush seats are in a great condition. The chairs were manufactured by Georges Blanchon and used in the chalet-hotel Le Doron in the French ski resort Méribel Les Allues, built (1946-1948) by architects Paul Grillo and Christian Durupt and furnished by Charlotte Perriand.        

  • 510
  • Price on request
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