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Item No. 726849

CH53 Stool

$725.00
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Item No. 726849

CH53 Stool

$725.00
1 Color
Black
Oiled Oak
Estimated Arrival: Available to ship in: 17 weeks
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  • Versatile and timeless design.
  • Solid wood frame and handwoven seat.
  • Heirloom quality and craftsmanship.
  • 18.5" H 19.7" W 15.4" D
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CH53 Stool
$725.00
Sustaining appeal — The simplicity and elegance of the CH53 make it a complement to many different styles of interiors, and its design, construction and craftsmanship ensure its appeal for generations to come.
Details

Details

Versatile charm

Handmade from solid oak and woven paper cord, the CH53 Stool (1966) embodies the warmth and minimalism of Hans Wegner’s trademark organic functionalism. Suitable for a wide variety of uses, it’s tall enough to be used around a dining table and flexible enough for the living room, front hall or bedroom. Made in Denmark.
  • Versatile and timeless design.
  • Solid wood frame and handwoven seat.
  • Heirloom quality and craftsmanship.
  • Legendary designer.
  • Made in Denmark.
Brand Carl Hansen & Søn
General Dimensions
  • 18.5" H 19.7" W 15.4" D
Product Weight 10 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 20.1" H 23.8" W 16.1" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
CH53 Stool

CH53 Stool

  • Height (in): 18.5
  • Width (in): 19.7
  • Depth (in): 15.4
  • Weight (lbs): 10
  • Solid Danish oak wood
  • Black paint or natural oil
  • Woven paper cord
Hans Wegner

Hans Wegner

Hans Wegner stands among designers Finn Juhl, Arne Jacobsen, Børge Mogensen, Poul Kjærholm and Verner Panton as a master of 20th-century Danish modernism. More specifically, he was instrumental in developing a body of work known as organic functionalism. His early training included both carpentry and architecture.

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