A vintage Danish teak dining suite, comprising an extendable table and six woven cord chairs. Two chairs similar but not an exact match. Length 163 cm. Diameter 85 cm
cord. Seats in Danish furniture of the 1940s to 1960s were often finished with Danish cord, a three ply twisted paper cord, which has a similar appearance to rush, which has been used for seating for centuries. As it is available in continuous lengths, unlike rush, the weave patterns are much more intricate.
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