Ash and Teak Peacock Chair

By Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen

Denmark, 1960s
A modern, exaggerated take on the classic Windsor chair, this iconic design from 1947, model JH550, is a fine example of Hans Wegner’s work. Best known by the name given it by fellow Danish designer Finn Juhl, the Peacock chair features a solid ash frame with contrasting teak armrests and a papercord seat. The extravagant sweep of the chair's rods flattens ergonomically to accommodate the shoulder blades of the sitter. Manufacturer's mark underneath.

Very good. Wear consistent
with age and use.
Height: 41.5 in (105.41 cm)
Width: 30.5 in (77.47 cm)
Depth: 28 in (71.12 cm)
Seat Height: 14 in (35.56 cm)
Ash, teak

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