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1960s Set of 8 Niels Moller Model 75 Teak Chairs with New Danish Rope

$9,495.00

A beautiful set of eight 1960s teak dining chairs – model 75– designed by Niels Otto Møller for his own company J.L. Møller Møbelfabrik Denmark. 

Our set features 6 side chairs and 2 chairs with arms. The chairs with arms are being re-roped and are not shot yet. 

The Model 75 was designed in 1951 and was one of Moller’s first designs, which remains an all-time Danish design classic. These simple yet elegant chairs are beautifully hand crafted, with sculptural curved backs and tapered legs – not to mention being very comfortable to sit on!

Each chair has been professionally restored with new danish rope seats in the classic Møller design. The teak frames have a stunning old-growth teak and a beautiful depth of color, and all of the joints are solid. The chairs have two badges to the underside: J.L Møller Models Made in Denmark, and the Danish Furniture Control.

If you have any questions, would like to sit in these chairs or want to do a video consultation, text or call (619) 300-3551. We are always happy to answer any questions.

Dimensions: 29.75" H x 19.75"W x 17"D

Seat Height: 17.25" H

If you want to see it or have any questions, text Nicole (619) 300-3551

About the Designer:

Award winning Danish born Niels Moller had an early interest in furniture design, which led him to complete a cabinetmakers apprenticeship in 1939 and studied further at the Århus School of Design. Niels founded his own company ‘J.L.Mollers Mobelfabrik’ in 1944 starting out in a modest workshop. In the 1960’s expansion to a bigger unit was required as exports to United States, Germany and Japan gained traction. Niels was a prolific designer who was consistently on point with his designs - smooth sleek and elegant – it’s no wonder that they are still in high demand.