1940s Italian chairs (set of 4)

Price
€268

A set of four charming wooden chairs from the 1940s. Made in Italy, they have stamps under the seat that tell their amazing history. The chairs belonged to the anti-fascist organization in Modena established in the early 1940s in Northern Italy. A great piece of Italian history to sit on!

Found in Bologna.

Condition: Good. These chairs are in good vintage condition. The structure is solid. The wood shows some signs of wear and patina and has had a few minor repairs. The seat is made of wood veneer (see detailed images).

Dimensions: H 88.5 cm x W 41cm x sitting height 45cm

Sold as a set.

Shipping Information

Finland Shipping options

1. Delivery via Posti (or similar)

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2. Local delivery in Helsinki capital area

Barlume delivery is available in the Helsinki capital area for all orders of 150€ and above. The service costs €25 and can be selected at checkout.

We deliver straight to the ground floor door, unless pre-agreed otherwise. We will contact you in advance to agree a suitable delivery date and time (Weekend and evening slots are also possible).

3. Pick-up from our warehouse in Espoo

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International Shipping

We are happy to arrange international shipping worldwide. Please contact us for more details.

Risk-free 14-day free return

We want you to be absolutely delighted with your vintage purchase, so we offer a no-hassle 14-day refund policy (and we even cover the return shipping costs within Finland).  

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