Item No. 475365

Chieftains Chair

$15,488.00
Item No. 475365

Chieftains Chair

$15,488.00
Black
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  • Modern minimalist lounge chair.
  • Unique button tufted back.
  • Distinctive combination of teak, walnut, and leather.
  • 37.5" H 39" W 34.5" D
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Designed by Finn Juhl for Onecollection
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Chieftains Chair
$15,488.00
A noble pursuit — With distinctive shapes inspired by primitive weaponry and a seat that appears suspended above the frame, the sculptural form of the Chieftains Chair changed the future of Danish design.
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Fit for a king

Finn Juhl created a chair for the 1949 Cabinetmakers’ Guild in Copenhagen. During the exhibition, King Frederick IX sat in the chair, causing a journalist to suggest calling it the “King’s Chair.” But Juhl resisted and said, “You had better call it a chieftain’s chair,” which the journalist did. (At some point the apostrophe was dropped.) This is the authentic Chieftains Chair (1949) by Onecollection. Made in Denmark.
  • Modern minimalist lounge chair.
  • Unique button tufted back.
  • Distinctive combination of teak, walnut, and leather.
  • Made in Denmark.
Brand
Onecollection
General Dimensions
  • 37.5" H 39" W 34.5" D
Product Weight
62 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 44.88" H 37.4" W 41.34" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Chieftains Chair

  • Height (in): 37.5
  • Width (in): 39
  • Depth (in): 34.5
  • Weight (lbs): 62
  • Seat Height (in): 13.5
  • Teak and walnut frame
  • Leather upholstery
Finn Juhl

Finn Juhl

When you look at the graceful shapes and sensual curves of Finn Juhl’s work, you may be shocked to realize that he designed these pieces 60 to 70 years ago. A pioneering force in his own country, Finn Juhl is also credited, along with fellow Danes Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Borge Mogensen and Poul Kjaerholm, with introducing Danish modern to midcentury America.

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