Pair of Erik Wørts Safari Chairs in Dark Brown Leather, Denmark 1960s

Pair of Erik Wørts Safari Chairs in Dark Brown Leather, Denmark 1960s

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Pair of rosewood safari chairs designed by Erik Wørts manufactured by Eilersen, Denmark 1960s

The design of this slender and elegant pair of safari chairs by Erik Wørts sits in a long tradition of safari chairs. From Eileen Gray to Kaare Klint and Elias Svedberg a lot of great designers have made versions of self-assembled furniture, which most likely found its origin in Indian Roorkhee Chairs used by the British military.

The safari chair by Erik Worts has a minimal design with nice proportions and detailing. The seat, back and armrests are suspended with patinated dark brown leather. The rosewood frame has rounded legs, with refined curved feet and detailing at the top. The padded armrests hang from two brass rings. A beautiful grain is visible in the wooden slats and legs. Not only are these chairs aesthetically pleasing they also sit quite comfortably.

Condition:

In good vintage condition. Wear consistent with age and use. Leather has some marks, scratches and a nice overall patina.

Dimensions:

25.01 in. W x 24.41 in. D x 29.93 in. H; seat height 15.36 in.

63.5 cm W x 62 cm D x 76 cm H; seat height 39 cm


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