Vintage Chair

Designed by Niels Moller

Vintage Chair

Price for 1 chair (Sold as a set of 6)

$1,265.00

Description

This matching set of six Mid-Century Modern, Niels Moller dining chairs feature rosewood frames with reupholstered leather seats. Stylish sculpted seat backs and unique seating make this elegant set the perfect vintage addition to any dining room.

Niels Moller (1920-1982) is a designer who is known his consistent excellence in craftsmanship. This dedication to quality and material stems from Moller's cabinetmaking apprenticeship which he undertook in 1939. After this he studied at the Arhus School of Design. In 1944, Moller founded a small workshop: JL Mollers Mobelfabrik. The company grew over the years but this do not mean that Moller compromised in his relentless search for quality. Møller's furniture designs have been made by his own company for his entire life.

Style: Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
Period: Circa 1960s

Sold as a set of 6. Price displayed is for 1 chair.

Elte's Vintage Collection brings you a range of stunning furniture and accessories, from mid century modern designs to classic designer pieces, carefully curated from all the world. As with all authentic vintage items, quantities are limited and pieces may show imperfections of age.
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  • Width: 19”
  • Depth: 16”
  • Height: 30”

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Designer Spotlight

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Niels Otto Møller

Niels Otto Møller completed his apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker in 1939 and started his own furniture company five years later. Møller is known for elegant lines and flawless craftsmanship.  His designs stripped away ornamentation highlighting natural materials and the skill of the maker. He often worked in rosewood and teak, which accentuated the elegant curves of his designs.

"Every vintage piece is unique, with its own story - that's our favourite aspect of sourcing this furniture."

- Ken and Renee Metrick, Elte