Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage

Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage

Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage

For sale is a set of four Josef Hoffmann 6010 chairs, designed by Josef Hoffmann and Oswald Haerdtl in 1929. Made in Poland in the latter half of the 20th century. The chairs are made of dark stained beech with vinyl seats. The chairs are in wonderful shape.

They have small scuffs and marks but no damage. The vinyl seats have some signs of use. Identical to a set of chairs offered on Incollect by Fredric Bernstein gallery. Feel free to ask questions. The item "Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage" is in sale since Monday, March 16, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism". The seller is "lampdisconnect" and is located in Eugene, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States.
Josef Hoffmann 6010 Chairs Set 4 Bauhaus Mid Century Modern Rare Prague Vintage


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