An antique bentwood café chair by one of the great late 19th century European bentwood companies, Mundus. They had factories all over the Austro-Hungarian empire - this one was made in Poland, as can be seen on the maker's mark. This label dates the chair from before 1914, as the Mundus factory merged with J&J Kohn in 1914, who later merged with the even more famous Gebrüder Thonet.
Condition: Good vintage. Not restored. The seat was reinforced with added support.
Dimensions: 37.5 x 39 x 90 cm (h) and 47 cm seat height.
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Condition: The products that Huisraad Modern sell are vintage second-hand goods. On our website, we endeavour to give an honest account of the condition of the product in words and pictures. We will always state clearly whether a product has been restored and to what extent. Take note that even restored products might have imperfections or historical marks. The only way to get a 100% true view of our products is to view them in our showroom in Parow East in Cape Town.
Damage during shipping. Even though Huisraad Modern does everything in its ability to package products to high standard of protection against damage, and to select the best logistics companies in the industry, we cannot take responsibility for any damage that happens while a third-party courier or shipping company transport the product, even when the third-party courier has been ordered by Huisraad Modern.
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