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Hunting Chair - Black - Solid Oak

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  • Hunting Chair Black/Solid Oak image.
  • Hunting Chair Black/Solid Oak image.
  • Hunting Chair Black/Solid Oak image.
  • Hunting Chair Black/Solid Oak image.
  • Hunting Chair Black/Solid Oak image.

Hunting Chair - Black - Solid Oak

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Delivered 10 - 16 weeks

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Designed in 1950 for the autumn exhibition of the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild themed 'The Hunting Lodge', the Hunting Chair is one of Børge Mogensen’s unusual design. Made with solid oak frame and premium aniline leather for its seat and backrest, this Designer Editions style masterpiece is extremely well built and visually improve with age. This type of lounge chair will surely suit a room in your home and will be more than perfect with a pair.

Hunting Chair
Hunting Chair


Perfectly built on a solid oak frame with premium aniline leather, the Designer Editions Style of the Børge Mogensen’s Hunting Chair upholds the original Danish design.

The design is perfectly proportioned to ensure maximum comfort, with just the right arm height and backrest. Offering impeccable quality and attention to detail, this masterpiece is sure to impress even the most selective.


Hunting Chair
  • Frame: Solid Oak Wood
  • Leg: Solid Oak Wood
  • Seat: Aniline Leather
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: Fully Assembled
  • Instructions: N/A
  • Care: Dust Cleaner
  • Style: Celebrated Classic Design
  • Product Dimension: Width 69.5cm, Depth 88cm, Height 67.5cm
  • Seat Height: 33cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 90cm, Depth 74cm, Height 72cm
  • CBM: 0.48 Weight: 11kg
Inspired By

Børge Mogensen

One of the most notable contributors among a generation of furniture designers. Mogensen garnered international respect coveting the concept of “Danish Modern” and making it known throughout the world. Born in Aalborg, Denmark, he started as a cabinetmaker in 1934. Studied at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts and focused on furniture design from 1936-1938. He then studied Architecture for three years at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts graduating in 1942. His craft was one of the favorites in one-man exhibitions in Zurich, London, New York, Paris, and Stockholm. His eye for design took him as far as his mastery of the contemporary lifestyle. His ideas correlate by size and proportion of objects surrounding it. Later on, his efforts took form as he developed a set of figures for the base width and depth of drawers and shelves making it an industry standard.

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