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A pair of Mid-Century Danish Solid Teak Dining Chairs by Poul Erik Jorgensen for Farsø Stolefabrik, Denmark, 1960s 



A pair of Danish Teak Dining Chairs from Farsø Stolefabrik, 1960s

  • A pair of Mid-Century Danish solid Teak Dining Chairs from Farsö Stolefabrik, Denmark, 1960s. Stylish set of 2 chairs from the 60s, rare and original model, beautiful woodwork in very good condition in original contrasting black leather cloth upholstery.

    Made from solid teak, including the backrest which is one solid piece of wood, and has absolutely mesmerising wood grain throughout. The chairs are very comfortable and offer good back support from the gently curved & wide back design. A beautiful and elegant design, very solid and sturdy and of quality Danish construction and design.


    Designed by Poul Erik Jorgensen - the director of Farsø Stolefabrik for over three decades from 1960. The company was founded by his father, Wilhelm Jorgensen in the 1930's.

    Frame is stamped  ‘Made in Denmark and also embossed with the Danish quality control stamp under the seat rail, which is only used on the very best of Danish design.


    Dimensions: height 75 cm x width 43 x depth 46 cm


    Condition:  Very good original vintage condition. The teak wood has been meticulously cleaned and finished with Danish Oil. There is a light scratch on the back of one chair's backrest but it doesn't diminish the overall integrity. Original leather cloth seats were fully cleaned and in very good condition.