Alphons Siebers pair of Arts & Crafts armchairs
A pair of Dutch Arts & Crafts armchairs from circa 1925, by architect and designer Alphons (Fons) Siebers for LOV Oosterbeek. His architectural style is known as traditional and is influenced by the Bossche School, the founding father of this methodology and philosophy in architecture is Dom Hans van der Laan.
The chairs have beautifully curved armrests are made of oak and have a woven rush seating and backrest. We have a second pair of these chairs available.
These chairs were designed for and used in a city hall in the Netherlands.
- Price on request
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