Grete Jalk teak armchair with sprung cushions in black new upholstery, produced by France & Son model FD128, 1961
Wonderful armchair with teak frame and lovely curved armrest which have a soft tactile feel.
Designed by Grete Jalk - Produced by France & Daverkosen (Later France & Son) - Model 128 - Year of design 1961
This lovely armchair is both a delight to look at and to sit in as it offers superb comfort with its sprung cushions.
The chair has been restored back to its original finish with sprung cushions after the previous owner, Who bought the chairs in 1961, had them replaced with cheaper foam cushion.
The cushions have been refoamed and re-upholstered using a dark grey almost black fabric from Gabriel, Denmark and is made of 95% wool with 5% polyamide.
As close as we can get the the original 1960s fabric.
The chair frames have been restored and are now showing the wonderful patina and given the oiled finish that they left the factory with.
They are old chairs but as good as new.
The frames are all strong and all the seat EXPERSPRING has been replaced for new.
Condition: Immaculate with rich patina and minor signs of age.
The frame is clearly marked and embossed with the gold name of France & Daverkosen.
RATED 4/5 FOR INVESTMENT
Based on condition and availability
Width 30 inch / 77cm
Depth 31 inch / 79cm
Height 31 inch / 79cm
Seat height 17 inch / 43cm