Kaare Klint safari stool with new canvas upholstery, patinated ash frame
A Danish midcentury safari stool by Kaare Klint (1888-1954). Produced by Rud Rasmussen. New canvas upholstery and leather leg straps with brass buckles. The cushion has cold foam filling.
Kaare Klint was inspired by the chairs an American photographer and his wife used while on a safari in Africa. The chairs were presumably inspired by Indian Roorkhee chairs which were used by the British army. These type of chairs were amongst the first examples of build-self furniture.
The frame is made from ash and is in original and patinated condition. The upholstery is new and made in Denmark for Webb's Mid-Century.
There is no glue used to assemble the stool. The joints of the stool tightens when sitting in it.
SHIPPING: The stool is shipped while disassembled. A Philips screwdriver is required to assembly the stool. Please contact if you prefer to have the stool assembled before shipping it (additional costs should be expected).
H: 34 cm, W: 57 cm, D: 57 cm.
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