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Item No. 100073118

Wishbone Chair Seat Cushion

$140.00
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Item No. 100073118

Wishbone Chair Seat Cushion

$140.00
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  • Custom fit.
  • Finely tailored.
  • Leather.
  • 0.25" H 18" W 15" D
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Wishbone Chair Seat Cushion
$140.00
Added comfort — Created specifically for the Wishbone Chair, this seat cushion fits the iconic shape and design like a glove.
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Details

Leather bound

The Wishbone Chair (1949), also known as the “Y” or “CH-24,” has been produced by the Danish firm Carl Hansen & Søn since 1950. Comprising a steam-bent solid wood frame and a seat handwoven from paper cord, the original Wishbone is made to last for generations and offers outstanding sitting comfort, with or without this optional leather seat cushion.
  • Custom fit.
  • Finely tailored.
  • Leather.
This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde which is known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Brand Carl Hansen & Søn
General Dimensions
  • 0.25" H 18" W 15" D
Box Dimensions
  • 1" H 22" W 15" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Wishbone Chair Seat Cushion

  • Height (in): 0.25
  • Width (in): 18
  • Depth (in): 15
  • Leather cover
  • Foam padding
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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