This rare, leather armchair was manufactured by Farstrup Møbler in Denmark during the 1960s. The armchair was upholstered in brown natural leather. It has a metal, swivel base and armrests supported by extra pillows. The seat and backrest are quilted, which in combination with soft leather creates a sense of comfort and convenience. The elegant form and the executive design perfect match with the modernist idea of functionalist furniture.
The history of the brand dates back to 1910. In the beginning, Farstrup was built as a sawmill near the beautiful forests of Langesø. The company’s mission is to create and build, often made to order, high-quality furniture that improves the quality of life. Each piece of furniture is unique and reflects the heritage from 1910, passed on to the next generations. The common feature of all Farstrup furniture is precious wood, usually more than 100 years old, quality workmanship and only the best quality leather and fabrics. Farstrup furniture is a Danish craftsmanship and the wood in the factory passes through countless skilled hands. Craftsmanship comes first and is still 100% Made in Denmark.
This piece is in original vintage condition. The leather has natural patina and some scrapes. We have set of two pieces of this model. The second one has a slightly lighter brown colour and is listining as a separate offer. Together they make a beautiful set. One of them has a maker label.