Manufactured by Paged Meble, Poland. An unique chair with a history as unique as the technology of its manufacture. Paged Meble's factory in Jasienica, founded in 1881, specialized in the production of furniture by the technology of bending beech wood using pressure and steam, patented by the legendary Michael Thonet. In 1923, following a wave of ownership transformations, the production plant became part of the largest furniture consortium of its time, the Thonet-Mundus brand. Thanks to this, products were manufactured at the factory in Jasienica, which had previously been the subject of a revolution in the design and mass production of furniture, including the notorious Thonet cafe chairs, from which the Abraham Chair produced to this day is derived.
The chair, an early version of which was presented at the World Exhibition in Vienna in 1873, has retained all the advantages of the original to this day: it is comfortable, thanks to the characteristic two slats of the back, forming the "X" shape, it provides proper comfort for back support. Thanks to the unique wood bending technology, this model has also managed to maintain a very subtle and elegant aesthetics, in the form of a finely crafted bracket under the seat and legs slightly bent outwards, which additionally ensure a higher level of chair stability.
• Suitable for indoor use • Material: European beech timber • Custom upholstery options available • Timber Stains: Extensive range of stain and paint finishes available