Mid-Century Modern Rosewood Armchairs By Sven Ivar Dysthe For Dokka Mobler
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A gorgeous and rare pair of Mid-Century Modern rosewood armchairs By Sven Ivar Dysthe For Dokka Mobler. Manufactured in Norway in the 1960's, these were owned by one family for almost 60 years! True Scandinavian Modern classics. The name "Flueline" translates to "Fly line" from fly fishing which is a popular pastime in Norway. The straight lines meant to evoke the tension of the fly fishers line. The frames are shaped from solid vibrant Brazilian rosewood and have the perfect balance of curves and straight, defined edges. The seat is composed of separate & removable seat, back and arm cushions. These separate cushions come together to envelop the body fully. Making these chairs extremely beautiful and comfortable. The high back has an extra, tufted cushion on the back rest. The stunning thick, whole grain leather is showcased wonderfully. The curves work not only enhance the look and profile, but to make these one of the most comfortable lounge chairs ever produced.
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- In excellent condition with minor age appropriate wear to the wood. The rosewood frames have been professionally restored.
- The whole grain leather upholstery has been carefully cleaned with Zinolin Leather Cleaner and then restored with Zinolin Leather Cream. This has fully restored the supple nature of the leather without damaging the gorgeous patination from 60 years of careful use.