• CH29 dining chair, 1952, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH29 dining chair, 1952, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH29 dining chair, 1952, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH29 dining chair, 1952, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH29 dining chair, 1952, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH29 dining chair, 1952, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son
  • CH29 dining chair, 1952, Hans wegner, Carl hansen and son

CH29 dining chair, 1952

CH29 dining chair by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen and Son

The classic CH29 dining chair, designed in 1952 by Hans Wegner, is also called ‘The Sawbuck Chair’ because of the shape of the legs of the chair which resemble the sawbucks or saw horses traditionally used by carpenters and woodcutters. The CH29 offers great comfort as well as being a distinctive and sculptural piece of furniture.  

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CH29 dining chair by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen and Son

The classic CH29 dining chair, designed in 1952 by Hans Wegner, is also called ‘The Sawbuck Chair’ because of the shape of the legs of the chair which resemble the sawbucks or saw horses traditionally used by carpenters and woodcutters. The CH29 offers great comfort as well as being a distinctive and sculptural piece of furniture.  

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53w x 49d x 44/81cmh

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The CH29 dining chair is made from solid wood available in beech (soaped, clear lacquered, oiled or black lacquered) or oak (soaped, clear lacquered, oiled, white oiled or black lacquered).

Seat in flame-retardant cold foam CMHR, upholstered in fabrics and leathers of the collection. Please see pdf's in 'Product downloads' of wood finishes and maintenance advice on how to care for the different types of wood, as well as a pdf showing the fabrics and leathers available. 

Carl Hansen opened his furniture workshop in Odense, Denmark in 1908 and soon became known for the high quality of his work.

Carl Hansen opened his furniture workshop in Odense, Denmark in 1908 and soon became known for the high quality of his work.

In the early days, the company produced bespoke furniture – including everything from dining room sets to bedroom suites. As the company grew and times changed, however, it gradually began to produce smaller series of its most popular pieces. This combination of hand craftsmanship and rational series production soon became the firm’s hallmark – and continues to set it apart today.

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