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The Michael Thonet A20 Bentwood Chair is widely used in cafes, restaurants, offices and homes due to its aesthetic appeal and increased comfort from the upholstered ring in the back.
The A763 Bentwood Chair was first shown in Michael Thonet's 1928 Catalogue. Since that time, the 763 has been widely used in residential and contract applications. In the 1840s Michael
Michael Thonet's timeless bentwood designs have been gracing the tables of chic cafes and designer home kitchens for over a hundred and fifty years. Our Thonet inspired Vienna Bentwood steel
Simple and classic, these Bentwood vintage-inspired chairs make an ideal kitchen or dining chair. Chairs are made from pole rattan with rattan cane seats. Their cafe-inspired design gives them a
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Cane Chairs. Shelby Williams Bentwood Prague Chairs. Set of eight. Best known as a Prague chair, these bentwood chairs have caned back and Rust colored vinyl seats. The chairs were
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The Michael Thonet Kontor Bentwood Chair is a classic addition to any office or home seeking the famed bentwood look. This model uses a wooden seat
The Michael Thonet B24 and B25 Bentwood Chairs show off the exquisite craftsmanship of Czech bentwood artisans. Using multiple pieces of steam bentwood and historical manufacturing
The Vienna 144 Bentwood Chair was designed by Gebruder Thonet in 1908. It is an unusual classic that offers elegance and comfort. The new color variants of this bentwood chair
The Vienna 144 Bentwood Chair with a woven cane seat was designed by Gebruder Thonet in 1908. It is an unusual classic that offers elegance and comfort. The new color
The Vienna 144 Closed Back Bentwood Chair (upholstered version) was designed by Gebruder Thonet in 1908. It is an unusual classic that offers elegance and comfort. The new color variants
Michael Thonet's A14 is the great classic. This bentwood chair is absolutely the most famous, most sold and most copied in the history of furniture. Designed by Michael Thonet in
The No. 1 Bentwood Chair was designed by Michael Thonet in 1849. It is regarded as supple, light, and elegant. This bentwood chair used the new technique of steam bent
The Vienna 144 Bentwood Chair (upholstered version) was designed by Gebruder Thonet in 1908. It is an unusual classic that offers elegance and comfort. The new color variants of this
Introduced in 1850, the No. 4 Cafe Daum Bentwood Chair proved to be an instant success. The chair was first ordered by the proprietor of the Cafe Daum in Vienna,
The No. 150 Bentwood Chair is attributed to August Thonet, and is believed to have been created around 1895. This bentwood chair design continues to be one of the most
* Durable steel construction Product Details * Frame Material: Metal * Number of Items Included: 2 Weights & Dimensions * Overall: 35.5" H x 16.5" W x 19.25" D *
Set of eight midcentury bentwood dining armchairs designed for Thonet by Joe Atkinson. Newly reupholstered in light beige fabric. Seat, 18" x 18" x 18"; frame, 21"W x 32.5"H. Age
Michael Thonets timeless bentwood designs have been gracing the tables of chic cafes and designer home kitchens for over a hundred and fifty years. Our Thonet inspired Vienna Bentwood steel
What you need to know Early 1900s steamed bentwood dining chair by Thonet, seat and back imitating a crocodile skin pattern; with an original Thonet factory label under the seat.
A beautiful set of four Thonet style bentwood chairs. Two of the chairs have straight front legs and two have curved front legs. One is stamped, "Thonet" on the back
Nice vintage Mid-Century Modern blonde bentwood lounge arm chair with vintage green vinyl with few minor stains.
This set is in good vintage condition with no rips or tears to the vinyl and only a few small blemishes. The bent plywood frame has some scuffing near the
Designed by Josef Hoffmann in 1925 and distributed in the US by Stendig, these bent beech wood chairs have a wonderful, rich patina. The seat and backs are woven in
Beautiful Thonet rocker with perfect cane back and seat. Great for a nursurey or any living space.
Very hard to find chairs. These were produced by Thonet in the manner of Aalto. Thonet was actually sued over the production of these chairs and had to stop making
1950's Thonet Chairs I believe the model is #71 Asking $85 / Chair you can see that they go for 3x+ more in similar condition elsewhere https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/side-chairs/vintage-industrial-thonet-wooden-chairs/id-f_818089/ Also I would
Amazing condition on this set of three vintage Thonet bentwood chairs. These early examples are in great shape, and ready to use. Stamped with original marking from factory, this set
A pair of Thonet bentwood candy cane chairs, made in Poland. The chairs are in original condition. These chairs would be perfect for a breakfast nook.
A pair of Mid-Century cane bentwood Prague Chairs designed by Josef Hoffmann in 1925. Produced by Thonet in Czechoslovakia and imported by Stendig in the 1960's. This pair of Stendig
The B24 Bentwood Bhair continues to be a popular chair used in residential and restaurant environments around the world. This version of B24 Bentwood Chair is available with a wide
Michael Thonet A1 Schwarzenberg Bentwood Chair is among the oldest of this renown designer's pieces. The A1 Bentwood Chair was designed in 1850 for the Palais Schwarzenberg after Michael Thonet
The A18 bentwood chair was first designed by Michael Thonet's son, August Thonet, in the 1800s. The A18 Bentwood Chair remains a popular item due to is light but strong
The A14 Bentwood Chair was originally created in Michael Thonet's Boppard, Germany workshop in 1855. The A14 Bentwood Chair is perhaps the most famous chair of all time. The No.14
Through the years, many variations of the B4 bentwood chair have been made. This particular model is made at one of Michael Thonet's original factories located in the Czech Republic.
The B6033 Bentwood Chair is perhaps the cleanest of all Michael Thonet bentwood armchairs. From any angle the B6033 bentwood chair exhibits Michael Thonet's masterful method of applying steam bentwood
The Michael Thonet Kontor bentwood chair makes a classic addition to any office or home seeking the famed bentwood look. Similar to the B5503 VAR bentwood chair, this model uses
The Number 33 B9 Bentwood Chair was first introduced in 1902 in Paris. It was initially designed as a writing desk chair since it was inexpensive and quite comfortable. The
Introduced in 1850, the B4 Cafe Daum bentwood chair proved to be an instant success. The chair was first ordered by the owner of the Cafe Daum in Vienna, a
The Michael Thonet designed A14 bentwood chair is perhaps the most famous chair of all time. The No.14 bentwood chair's simple elegance and modest creation from a handful of bent
The No. A56 Bentwood Chair is a fine example of Michael Thonet's approach in manufacturing. His approach in using pre-prepared molds, uniform veneers and mechanical procedures allowed him to create
The Michael Thonet B25 Bentwood Chair exhibits the exquisite craftsmanship of Czech bentwood artisans. Using multiple pieces of steam bentwood and historical manufacturing methods, TON's production of the B25 Bentwood
Introduced in 1850, the A4 Bentwood Chair (also known widely as the Cafe Daum bentwood chair) proved to be an instant success. This bentwood chair was first ordered by the
The Michael Thonet B20 bentwood chair is widely used in cafes, restaurants, offices and homes due to its aesthetic appeal and increased comfort from the upholstered ring in the back.
The A18 Bentwood Chair was actually first designed by one of Michael Thonet's sons, August Thonet, in the late 1800s. The A18 Bentwood Chair remains a popular item due to
The B9 Bentwood Chair, designed by August Thonet, became popular as part of a 1920s bentwood revival as architects Le Corbusier and Mart Stam used it in their buildings and
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