Note to self: Did I add Phillips de Pury and Company’s site to my list of fame? No … Done now. Reason is an important upcoming auction in NYC of Wiener Werkstatte design, The period that attracted me to chairs in the first place, as many of the designers of that era worked for Thonet as well.
Bench, ca. 1906
Painted iron, painted wood. 33 x 57 x 23 in. (83.8 x 144.8 x 58.4 cm.) Manufactured by August Kitschelt’s Erben, Austria. Inside of one leg impressed with â€œAUGUST KITSCHELTS.â€
- Armchair by Josef Hoffmann
- Prototype lounge chair by Pierre Paulin
- Chair by Joseph Hoffmann
- Chair WB 301 by Marcel Breuer
- Phillips de Pury & Company: PIERRE PAULIN , Prototype â€˜Back-to-Backâ€™ chair