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HEIGHT: 25.98 in (66 cm) WIDTH: 26.38 in (67 cm) DEPTH: 24.41 in (62 cm) MO3789
Brazilian Mid-century Modern
Mid 20th Century
A substantial pair of game and armchairs, produced circa 1940s by the Stow-Davis Furniture Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan, following the style of designer Osvaldo Borsani, with tufted back, arm rests and seat upholstered in white leather, against an ebonized walnut frame, on gently curved Klismos legs. The chairs remain in excellent vintage condition, minor wear to legs consistent with age and use; newly refinished and reupholstered.
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