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Original Fritz Hansen, made in Denmark Style 7 Armchair. Very, very comfortable. Mix rustic with modern.

Jacobsen is best known for the Model 3107 chair of 1955, known also as the “Number 7 Chair” which has sold over 5 million pieces. The Series 7™ chair is best known for being the prop used to hide Christine Keeler’s nakedness in Lewis Morley’s iconic portrait of 1963. Morley just happened to use a chair that he had in the studio. Since then, Series 7™ chairs have been used for many similar portraits imitating the pose. It was designed using a new technique in which plywood could be bent in two dimensions. It has been produced exclusively by Fritz Hansen ever since its invention in 1955 and has become the most important success in Danish furniture history. It is also the most copied chair in the world. You know that if the chair hasn’t been made by Fritz Hansen, it’s a copy.

Treasury Item ,Arne Jacobsen Style 7 Armchair, 1960, Original, vintage