A BENT AND STAINED BEECH ARMCHAIR FROM THE ÖSTERREICHISCHE POSTSPARKASSE
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A BENT AND STAINED BEECH, CANE AND NICKELED-METAL ARMCHAIR FROM THE ÖSTERREICHISCHE POSTSPARKASSE

DESIGNED BY OTTO WAGNER (1841-1918), MANUFACTURED BY THONET, 1904-1906

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A BENT AND STAINED BEECH, CANE AND NICKELED-METAL ARMCHAIR FROM THE ÖSTERREICHISCHE POSTSPARKASSE
DESIGNED BY OTTO WAGNER (1841-1918), MANUFACTURED BY THONET, 1904-1906
With caned seat, on four legs terminating in metal sabots, the underside of the seat lined with manufacturer's label to the underside
78.8 cm. high
Provenance
Modernism Gallery, New York
The Collection of Alice Lawrence, Christie's New York, 5 and 6 November 2008, lot 408.
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Please note that the provenance is:
Modernism Gallery, New York;
The Collection of Alice Lawrence, Christie's New York, 5 and 6 November 2008, lot 408.

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Lot Essay

A period photograph of this chair is illustrated in C. Wilk, Thonet: 150 Years of Furniture, Woodbury, New York, 1980, p. 63.

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