A set of armchairs, so called “muszelka-patyczak” type, from the 1970s. PRL (Polish People’s Republic) era. Fully revitalized. Manufactured in the Furniture Industry Factory of People’s Guard in Radomsko.
During World War II, Radomsko came under the German occupation on the territory of the General Government. The Germans first requisitioned the furniture stored in the Thonet Mundus factory warehouses, and then launched production for the German army. The Mazovia factory was closed. the Thomet Mundus factory in Radomsko and Ksawery Wünsche and Company operated until the end of World War II. In 1945, both factories were nationalized and operated as independent enterprises under the names of the Bent Furniture Factory No. 1 (former Thonet Mundus) and the Bent Furniture Factory No. 2 (former Ksawery Wünsche and Company). From January 1, 1951, the factories merged to create the Wood Industry Factory in Radom. In 1959, the name of the factory was changed to the Fameg Bent Furniture Factory. For a period of time (certainly in the 70s) the company was called the Furniture Industry Factory of People’s Guard in Radomsko, and after reprivatization in the 90s the name Fameg Bent Furniture Factory came back.
The armchairs – so called “muszelki-patyczaki”, were produced in the Furniture Industry Factory of People’s Guard in Radomsko in the 70s. Despite their small size, they are extremely comfortable and ideal for meetings over a cup of good coffee.
The armchairs were completely disassembled, the wood was stripped of old paint coatings, glued and secured with environmentally friendly oil produced from natural Chinese oils. Beech wood. New upholstery, high density foam, springs, belts, interlining. Handsewn. Upholstery fabric of very good quality. The legs of the armchairs are “dressed” in warm, cotton socks.
– height: 74 cm
– width: 52 cm
– seat width: 50 cm
– seat depth: 45 cm
– seat height: 46 cm
– year of production: 1970s