Pair of vintage model 975 armchairs in fiberglass and metal by Geoffrey Harcourt for Artifort, 1970

Netherlands
$6,285.45
Set of 2

About this vintage design furniture

Very cute and comfortable set of two 975 Lounge Chairs. These popular chairs are designed by the famous Geoffrey Harcourt for Artifort in the 70's. The immaculate brown bucket seat with dito tulip shaped base form a tasteful combination with the brown upholstery. Especially smart about this design is the fact that people with all kinds of different length confirm that the seating comfort of this chair is great, which is quite unique. These pivoting chairs have the original high quality wool fabric. The fabric is in very good condition and has just been cleaned professionally. The fiberglass bases and the metal feet have the normal using spots, see the pictures. The Dutch manufacturer Artifort gained world fame in the 1950s and 1960s by working together with major design talents such as Theo Ruth, Pierre Paulin, Kho Liang Ie and Geoffrey Harcourt. It is also possible to choose the color or fabric you want. We have the same chairs unrestored on stock. We work with professional upholsterers and specialists. Please ask for the options. Reference : 310694

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Features

Length
72 cm
Height
71 cm
Depth
81 cm
Seat height
40 cm
Designer
Geoffrey HARCOURT
Condition
Good
Quantity
Set of 2
Style
Mid Century
Period
1970s
Origin
Dutch
Colour
Brown
Secondary colour
Beige
Main material
Fabric
Other material
Metal

delivery and return

  • Shipped from : Netherlands
  • Delivery time :
    • 1 week for small items
    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer

Geoffrey HARCOURT

Geoffrey Harcourt is a leading English designer known for his new and distinctive vision of seating design: "The chair must adapt to the man, not the other way round".
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