Set of two Worpsweder armchairs by Willi Ohler, Germany, 1920s

Ohler, Willi
Lounge Chairs

A set of two Worpsweder armchairs, designed by Willi Ohler in the 1920s. The chairs are made of an oak frame with a woven rush seating. The original rush is in a great condition. Ohler (1888-1975) was a painter, ceramist and designer from Worpswede, Germany. We have another pair of these chairs available.

  • 1235
  • Price on request
  • 28.5 In / 72.5 cm
  • 30.5 In / 77.5 cm
  • 25.8 In / 65.5 cm
  • 16.9 In / 43.0 cm

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