Fler Teak Armchair. A vintage pair of teak narvik chairs produced by fler in the early 1960’s. Two available as well as matching narvik 3 seater daybed.
The chairs’ back rail is sculpted from mahogany or teak, creating a refined light form. This listing has been uploaded into invisedge for research purposes and for people to express interest in buying or. Tessa stockholm lounge chairs 0.00.
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I was hoping some one here could shed some light on the type of finish these chairs/sofa would have had and the process to reproduce it. Fler narvik armchairs by fred lowen circa mid 1960s. Fler 64 range teak buffet sideboard fully restored.
The Chairs’ Back Rail Is Sculpted From Mahogany Or Teak, Creating A Refined Light Form.
Blackwood frames have the classic narvik details and are in very solid condition. C1960s teak armchairs by parker furniture, sydney. Rodica chair by mario brunu.
Though On All, The Finish Is In Need Of Redoing.
Hi i recently picked up a couple of old teak fler and chairs and a th brown click clack sofa. Tasmanian blackwood frame in excellent condition and has brand new foam and new warwick fabric in a soft grey. Danish corner liquor cabinet 0.00.
Frames Repolished, New Webbing, Foam And Fabric Upholstery To Original Specifications.
Fler 60’s dining chairs x 6 fully restored teak frames, new seat webbing, foam and wortley fabrics off white vinyl *** matching table available separately ***** pick up and veiwing at 1/8 orchard rd, brookvale, sydney. Reupholstered in wortley eternity cloud. Comprises a 3 seat daybed sofa and 2 highback armchairs on blackwood frames.
This Is One Of Australia’s Best Adaptions Of A Danish Design Ever.
Swivel chair $770 & sofa $899 coffee table $440 all prices negotiable with free local delivery more pics coming soon. Very beautiful and iconic pair of original lounge chairs designed by gastone rinaldi in 1954 italy. Fler utw armchair, designed by fred lowen for fler furniture in 1956 to coincide with the melbourne olympics and the arrival of television in australia.