Wishbone Chair

Inspired by Hans J. Wegner

£129

Inspired by Hans Wegner’s original piece from 1949, the Wishbone Chair is a stunning example of Danish furniture design. The iconic Y back and curved wood frame offers stability and comfort, whilst still maintaining its elegant form and pleasing aesthetic.

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Product Dimensions

W55 cm x D50 cm x H74.5 cm

Weight

4.5 kg

Colour

Ash, Walnut

Packaging

W52 cm x D57 cm x H76.5 cm

No. of Cartons

1

Base Material

Wood

SKU

NHCH24A

Delivery

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Guarantee

Every Nordic Haus purchase is covered by our generous 5 year guarantee for domestic use only. This guarantee includes any defects or problems with manufacturing or workmanship. Issues arising from misuse, accidental damage, or general wear and tear are not covered under our 5 year guarantee.

1 review for Wishbone Chair

  1. Donald G.

    Stylish and uber comfortable. Totally love my chair.

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Designer Profile
Inspired By Hans J. Wegner

World-renowned Danish furniture designer, Hans J Wegner, was one of the most influential figures in interior design during the 1940s to 1960s. He was known as the 'Master of Chair' and his most famous piece was simply called 'The Chair'. This piece exploded to fame in 1960 when it was used in the US election debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon.

Wegner went on to design more than 500 chairs during his career, with over 100 having been put into mass production. Some of Wegner’s other popular works include the Ox Chair, the Wing Chair and the Shell Chair. Wegner had the opportunity to work for Arne Jacobsen early on in his career. After a few years under Jacobsen, Wegner started his own company and began to create his own designs which included his “Chinese” chairs that later turned into his famous Wishbone Chair.