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Item No. 100071937

Pelican Chair

C$ 10,985.00
4.1 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100071937

Pelican Chair

C$ 10,985.00
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  • Playful curves offer a comfortable embrace.
  • Hand-sewn double-stitched upholstery.
  • Solid walnut legs.
  • 26⅞" H 33½" W 30" D
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Designed by Finn Juhl for House of Finn Juhl
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Pelican Chair
C$ 10,985.00
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It’s shocking to think of Finn Juhl designing this sculptural chair more than 80 years ago, and the Pelican Chair (1940) is still “out there” by today’s standards. With graceful curves that wrap the sitter in its embrace, Pelican is true to Juhl’s idea that “a chair is not just a product of decorative art in a space, it is a form and a space in itself.” The upholstery is hand-sewn onto the frame. Made in Denmark.
  • Playful curves offer a comfortable embrace.
  • Hand-sewn double-stitched upholstery.
  • Solid walnut legs.
Brand
House of Finn Juhl
General Dimensions
  • 26⅞" H 33½" W 30" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Pelican Chair

Pelican Chair

  • Height (in): 26⅞
  • Width (in): 33½
  • Depth (in): 30
  • Steel frame molded in hard cellular plastic and MDI
  • 100% recyclable Pantera foam and cotton fiber padding
  • Solid walnut legs
  • Canvas-linen bottom cover
  • Canvas, fabric, or Skandilock sheepskin upholstery
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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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