Set of six SE68 model chairs, with structures equipped with four legs in thin-section tubular steel, with a central support on the back, also in metal, to which the oval-shaped backrest is fixed. The seat and backrest are made of black painted and curved wood, on which flat bolts are visible which provide an elegant finish to the chair's fixing holes.
Designed by Egon Eiermann and produced by Wilde + Spieth in 1960s.
Good condition as it has been restored, but some marks remain on the wood and a small non-structural crack in the central part of one seat.
Measurements in cm 54x42x78h, seat 46cm h
The single chair cannot be sold.