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Hans J. Wegner

Pair of The Chairs (JH501), circa 1950

Teak and caning
3 3/8 × 19 3/4 × 22 in
8.6 × 50.2 × 55.9 cm
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Property from a Dallas Collection

Condition Report: Minor losses and wear to the caning indicative …

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Property from a Dallas Collection

Condition Report: Minor losses and wear to the caning indicative of age and use, very minor kick marks to the legs.

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Underside bearing stamp: JOHANNES HANSEN/ COPENHAGEN/ DENMARK
Hans J. Wegner
Danish, 1914–2007
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Hans Wegner was a pioneer of Danish modern—a minimalist style of wood furniture—and one of …

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Hans Wegner was a pioneer of Danish modern—a minimalist style of wood furniture—and one of Scandinavia’s most admired designers. Wegner trained as a cabinet maker before bringing the skills and techniques he acquired during his apprenticeship to furniture design. He worked predominantly with wood and other natural …

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Heritage Auctions

Property from a Dallas Collection

Condition Report: Minor losses and wear to the caning indicative …

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Property from a Dallas Collection

Condition Report: Minor losses and wear to the caning indicative of age and use, very minor kick marks to the legs.

Image rights
Courtesy of Heritage Auctions
Signature
Underside bearing stamp: JOHANNES HANSEN/ COPENHAGEN/ DENMARK
Hans J. Wegner
Danish, 1914–2007
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Hans Wegner was a pioneer of Danish modern—a minimalist style of wood furniture—and one of …

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Hans Wegner was a pioneer of Danish modern—a minimalist style of wood furniture—and one of Scandinavia’s most admired designers. Wegner trained as a cabinet maker before bringing the skills and techniques he acquired during his apprenticeship to furniture design. He worked predominantly with wood and other natural …

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Hans J. Wegner

Pair of The Chairs (JH501), circa 1950

Teak and caning
3 3/8 × 19 3/4 × 22 in
8.6 × 50.2 × 55.9 cm
Bidding closed
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