A Pair of Arne Jacobsen "Swan Chairs" Model No. 4325


Pair of early Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hanson 'Swan Chairs ' Model No. 4325 with teak wood legs. Having been produced for a single year, the swan chair with wooden legs are much more rare than the version with the aluminum pedestal base. The fluid lines of the laminated teak legs compliment the organic shape of the seat and offer a warmer, softer appearance. Model No. 4325 was designed for the Royal Hotel for Sas, Copenhagen in 1957. Reupholstered by us in forest green velvet Dedar Milano fabric.

About Arne Jacobsen:

Architect Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) shaped the landscape of Danish design, rippling out from Scandinavia to influence architects and designers around the world. In addition to the Swan Chair, he designed many iconic designs for the Fritz Hansen brand including the Egg, The Series 7, The Ant, and The Drop.  Jacobsen directed projects ranging from complex buildings such as Denmark’s National Bank to humble undertakings that included designing a teaspoon for his cutlery set. 

Technical Details:

  • Dimensions: 29.5"H x 28.5"W x 24"D

  • Period: 1950's

  • Condition: Good Condition. Wear consistent with age. Newly Reupholstered.

  • Materials: Teak Wood, Velvet

  • Origin: Denmark

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