Category Archives: Woven Danish paper cord

Wegner-style Yugoslavian folding rope chairs

This vintage Wegner-style folding chair was made in Yugoslavia.  It was one of a pair that I redid recently.   The original cotton cord was very worn with lots of broken strands.  I forgot to take photos of the whole … Continue reading

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very early CH23 chairs by Hans Wegner

Special end-of-year blockbuster before & after issue!  Happy holidays, everyone! These CH23 chairs by Danish designer Hans Wegner are some of the earliest made.  They were brought over from Denmark and have been in the owner’s family since the early … Continue reading

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seat weaving: a cautionary tale

Recently I got a call about some woven seats where the nails kept falling out.  That sounded odd, but when I saw the chairs in person I knew immediately what was going on. The chair seats looked pretty good—clean, no … Continue reading

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Hans Wegner CH23 chairs

My friends at Home Anthology asked me to take on two of these CH23 chairs by Danish designer Hans Wegner.  I had already done one for myself and was happy to restore these two.   Someone had redone the seats … Continue reading

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