Mullca 300 by Jacques Hitier c. 1949

S/N:THOA143

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Mullca 300 by Jacques Hitier c. 1949

THE HOUSE OF ANTIQUES
Pair of Mullca 300 Children's Chair by Jacques Hitier c. 1949
For sale in this LOT is a charming pair of vintage children's chair model 300 designed by Jacques Hitier for Mullca in 1949. Their frames are made from tubular iron that has been lacquered in both green and deep red as shown in the photos provided. The seats are made of plywood wood that show a wonderful patina. Due to age and use of both these item the frame shows wears and tear through faded and scratched paint, and some rusty spots. The wooden seats also have some loss to the edges but all this wear add to the character of these wonderfully designed charming chairs.

Material: Iron and Plywood
Country of Origin: France
Size: Width: 13" Depth 13" Height 13"

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Dimensions: 

  • H: 33cm (13in)
  • W: 33cm (13in)
  • D: 33cm (13in)

Period: 

1949

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