Armchair type B-8502 from the 70s. Produced in Zakłady Przemysłu Meblarskiego im. Gwardii Ludowej in Radomsko.
During World War II, Radomsko was under German occupation in the territory of the General Government. The Germans first confiscated the furniture collected in the Thonet Mundus factory warehouse and then launched production for the benefit of the German army. The Mazovia factory was closed. Radomsko’s Thonet Mundus and Ksawery Wünsche and the Company operated actively 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 No.2 Furniture Factory (former Ksawery Wünsche and Company). From January 1, 1951, the two factories were merged into one enterprise under the name Radomszczańskie Zakłady Przemysłu Drzewnego. In 1959, the name of the factory was changed to the Fameg Furniture Factory. For some time (in the 1970s), the company was called Zakłady Przemysłu Meblarskiego im. The People’s Guard in Radomsko, and Fameg after reprivatization in the 90’s.
The chair has been completely disassembled, the wood was cleaned of old paint coatings, glued again, protected with oil based on natural Chinese oils, environmentally friendly. Beech wood. New upholstery, upholstery foam, belts, padding. Hand-sewn. Good quality fabric, abrasion resistance 30,000 strokes. New metal screws. If you want to relax in a comfortable armchair after your hard day at work, this is the best choice for you. It combines nice look with a great comfort.
– height: 72 cm
– width: 61 cm
– seat width: 51 cm
– seat depth: 55 cm
– seat height: 40 cm
– produced in: 70s