This experimental tubular steel chair dates from the early days of steel furniture. In order to ensure the necessary strength in the area of the lower swing arm, the unknown manufacturer visibly screwed an additional, semicircular arch. So the improvement of the statics became a decorative element. The chair is processed very elaborately. All welds in the connections were ground away and polished before the tube went into chrome plating.
CANTILEVER ARMCHAIR - FRANCE - AROUND 1935
H 91 cm SH 47 cm W 60 cm D 53 cm
bent chrome-plated tubular steel, wooden parts originally painted black
good original condition
with some signs of wear. The cantilever chair from France of the 1930s has a clear patina. The original chrome-plated tubes have slight signs of corrosion. Some of the wooden parts have deep marks, the paintwork is largely intact, with inevitable scratches and small missing parts.