Pair of armchairs by Gerard Vollenbrock for Gelderland 70's

This pair of armchairs by Gerard Vollenbrock for Gelderland, similar to model 4735, are truly iconic pieces of Dutch design from the 70s, embodying the aesthetic of this period.

Their saddle leather covering is both luxurious and durable. The leather is carefully stretched between the chrome chassis, creating a striking contrast between the shiny metal and the rich texture of the leather. The choice of saddle leather evokes a feeling of tradition and craftsmanship, while the chrome frame brings a touch of modernity.

The black stained wooden armrests add a note of sophistication to these armchairs. Black stained wood contrasts elegantly with leather and chrome metal, creating a combination of materials and colors that is both timeless and bold.

The slightly smaller dimensions of these armchairs make them perfectly suited to various spaces, whether it is a living room, an office or a reading corner. Their ergonomic design ensures optimal comfort, with a seat height of 72 cm which provides appropriate support for a pleasant posture.

Material: leather and metal
Colors: brown and black
- Height: 100 cm
- Width: 90 cm
- Depth: 90 cm

Condition: This item is in very good vintage condition

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