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Louis Van Teeffelen

"Hamar"dining chairs 


Louis van Teeffelen

The Netherlands

Vier mooie vintage "Hamar" stoelen ontworpen door Louis van Teeffelen voor Webe in de jaren 60. 


Massieve teak

Originele stoffering

Goede vintage staat

Sporen van gebruik

78 x 46 x 52 cm

Beautiful teak wooden "Hamar" dining chairs designed by Louis van Teeffelen and produced by furniture brand Wébé in 1950-1960. 


In good vintage condition.

Some traces of use on the fabric. 

Did you know?

Aloysius (Louis) Allegonda van Teeffelen (1921-1972) was a Dutch industrial designer credited with contributing to the midcentury modern design movement in the Netherlands, and is most well-known for his work with the Dutch furniture manufacturer WéBé.

Dutch furniture manufacturer WéBé was founded in 1938 in Benden-Leeuwen (near Tiel). Originally called Walraven and Bevers after its two founders, the company’s name was later shortened to the abbreviated WéBé.

The company had a slow start, but in the 1950s and ’60s it gained major recognition and expanded to become one of the largest furniture producers in the Netherlands. This success had a lot to do with Dutch designer Louis van Teeffelen.

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