Pair of Tubinger chairs by Adolf G. Schneck, Germany, 1930s

Schneck, Gustav Adolf
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Dining chairs
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Germany
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1930s

A pair of wooden ‘Tübinger’ chairs by German designer and architect Adolf G. Schneck, designed in the 1930s for the Schäfer Stuhlfabrik, Tübingen.

These old café style chair have a heavy patina at the seat  from intense usage.
When stacked together, they have the shape of a wine barrel and the seats are very likely  to be  made from wood of old wine barrels.

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