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CH07 shell chair

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Initially produced in limited quantities in 1960, the CH07 shell chair designed by Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Søn immediately won broad public appeal as well as several awards after being reintroduced in 1998. Portraying floating lightness with a winged seat, this comfortable piece is sure to become your favourite spot at home.

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Initially produced in limited quantities in 1960, the CH07 shell chair designed by Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Søn immediately won broad public appeal as well as several awards after being reintroduced in 1998. Portraying floating lightness with a winged seat, this comfortable piece is sure to become your favourite spot at home.
  • Designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1963
  • Colour: Holiday Version A
  • Oil lacquered oak wood frame
  • Fabric upholstered winged seat and back
  • Three tapered laminated wood legs
  • Made in Denmark
  • 5-year warranty upon date of purchase provided by vendor
  • Length 92cm / Depth 83cm / Seat pan height 35cm / Chair back height 74cm
  • Do not place close to heat source or in humid environment
  • Wipe using a cloth tightly wrung out with a neutral colorless soap solution
  • Dry immediately

    Delivery service is available for this item, and is covered by our Return & Exchange Policy. The item must meet the requirements of “Sellable Condition” under our Terms and Conditions.

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