It is perhaps no exaggeration to state that Hans Wegner’s Wishbone Chair from 1949 is one of the most iconic mid-century Danish designs. Distinguished by its upside-down wishbone-shaped back and slender, curved arms, backrest and legs, the chair brings a lightness and simple elegance to any space. Use it as an everyday dining chair or as casual seating in any room in your home. Produced in Denmark, mostly by hand, the CH24 Wishbone Chair is made from solid oak with an oiled finish, or solid beechwood with a painted finish. The hand-woven seat is made from natural paper cord. Hans Wegner’s work is represented in MoMA’s collection. The Wishbone Chair measures 29.9h x 21.6w x 20"d. Seat Height:17.8"h.
Size29.9h x 21.6w x 20"d
MaterialBeech Wood, Water-Based Lacquer, Natural Paper Cord
Year of Design1949
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