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HEIGHT: 17.5in (44cm) DIAMETER: 19.5in (50cm)
Mid 20th Century
Designed in the manner of Swiss sculptor Diego Giacometti this fantastic stool, includes a Brutalist style frame in hammered and artfully formed patinated steel, the lengthy curved back and cushioned seat with fleur-de-lis on four legs.
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