Set of Mid-century Thonet Bicolored Stackable Schoolhouse Auditorium Chairs c. 1950
Sold as a set of four only.
Original mid-century Thonet bicolored stackable chairs used in a school auditorium. Original labels. Brass accents in the back and sides of each chair.
Slight differences in the pairs. One pair is slightly darker with a textured seat. The other pair is slightly lighter with a smooth seat and has side metal connectors to attach to the other chair. Otherwise, the pairs are identical.
CREATOR Thonet Industries Inc.
DATE OF MANUFACTURE c.1950s.
MATERIALS & TECHNIQUES Bentwood Beech, Oak.
CONDITION Good. Wear consistent with age and use. Chairs are sturdy.
- DIMENSIONS H 32 in. x W 18 in. x D 22 in. Seat Height 18 in.
Michael Thonet (2 July 1796 – 3 March 1871) was a German-Austrian cabinet maker known for the invention of bentwood furniture.