The Wishbone chair is one of most famous and most celebrated works of the popular Danish designer Hans J. Wegner. The chair’s uniquely designed y-shaped back is attractive and light. This dining chair is elegant and comfortable and is a shining achievement of quality craftsmanship embedded in clean lines and simple design.
The chair is very simple to the eye. However, making one requires over 100 steps, which are a testament to the craftsmanship put into the design and construction of the furniture piece. Over 120 meters of a paper cord is used in making the hand-woven seat. Its careful design has yielded a product that buyers have been more than pleased with.
The Wishbone chair was designed in 1949 by Wegner for Carl Hansen and Son and has remained in production since 1950. The current y stolen Wishbone is an excellent buy, which maintains the original style and design of the original while not costing a fortune. The chair is made from handwoven cords and American hardwoods and is certain to add to your office or lounge a touch of authenticity and uniqueness.
Buyers of the chair can choose from different wood types based on their preferences The chair is available for purchase in either of real Ash, Walnut and Oak woods which is sturdy and stylish, regardless of personal preference. Buyers who opt for the Ashwood material may choose the option of a black painted model.
The hand woven cord seat is still natural just like the original and while the design of the chair is intricately designed, no assembly is required unlike other European furniture pieces such as furniture made by Swedish manufacturer and retailer. The chair is in height size 73.5 cm while an appropriate depth of 53.5 cm balances its width. The height of the actual seat is 42.5 cm while the Arm height is 70 cm.
The Hans Wegner Wishbone chair without a doubt upholds the tradition of the production of high-end dining chairs, footrests, coffee tables, easy chairs and dining chairs that have made Wegner’s furniture so highly regarded and iconic over the years. Wegner’s passion for designing chairs is quite evident in the Wishbone chair of today as also is why he was seen as “The Master of the Chair” and gained worldwide recognition for his design work.