Ib Kofod Larsen ELIZABETH armchair in rosewood and original black Leather
Ib Kofod Larsen - Rosewood and black leather Elizabeth chairs made by Christensen & Larsen, Copenhagen 1956
The Elizabeth chair is named after Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as she fell in love with and acquired the chair during her visit to Denmark in 1957.
The chair has since then become one of the fines examples of Danish design.
These 2 chairs are made by the Master cabinetmakers Christensen & Larsen, Copenhagne and bear their branding to the inside of the front rail.
A little scrap of Danish newspaper is stuck in the clue from when the chair's frame was made.
This detail became evident when the Pirrelly webbing was replaced under the seat cushions of both chairs.
The chair frames are made entirely of the finest Brazilian rosewood with stunning grain patterns and patina.
The original black colour leather is also in lovely condition with age related wear and marks.
Design. Ib Kofod Larsen
Maker. Christensen & Larsen
Year of Design. 1956
RATED 5/5 FOR INVESTMENT
Based on rarity, condition.