A tubular chair with armrests from the sixties. The design is derived from the model K10 originally produced by Slezákovy závody, later known as the national enterprise Kovona Bystřice pod Hostýnem. The model K10 descends from the more famous design without the armrests. This chair differs from the classic model K10 by having the armrests placed little higher.. The tube construction of the chair base is chromium-plated, the continuous shape of the base allows the chair to be springy yet not shaky. Both seat and backrest are made of bent plywood, very firm, yet thin material. The beech wood is stained to deep mahagony colour. The chair is in an excellent condition, with renovated wooden parts.
|Dimensions:||55 × 80 × 50 cm
(W × H × D)
|Condition:||After partial renovation|