Armchairs designed by one of the most outstanding Polish post-war designers – professor Edmund Homa.
Produced since 1965 in the Gościcińska Furniture Factory.
The GFM – 64 armchair with a low back was part of a set that also included a high-back seat, headrest and footrest. The set won a silver medal at the National Fair “Autumn 1965” and became one of the most popular export goods of the PRL era.
An armchair with a low backrest – more universal (smaller) than his brother with a high backrest, was more often sold in the domestic market and was a symbol of luxury and good taste back then.
Armchairs underwent a carpentry and upholstery renovation.
After removing the old varnish, the wooden frame has been stained brown and covered with a few coats of varnish.
Furniture’s filling was replaced and upholstered in high quality fabric.
Total height: 68 cm
Seat height: 35 cm
Depth: 68 cm
Width: 62 cm
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