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Modernist wire chair by Jean-Louis Bonnant, circa 1955

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Modernist black lacquered metal chairs with openwork backrest by Jean-Louis Bonnant.

These chairs are famous for their appearance in Jacques Tati's first color film, "Mon Oncle", in 1958. They were then found in the mining town of Cansado, Mauritania, mostly furnished by Charlotte Perriand.

The seats are filled with foam and covered with a blue textile.

Circa 1955.

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Height85 cm (33 1/2")
Width48 cm (19")
Depth44 cm (17 1/4")
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Medium Metal, Fabric
Country France
Provenance Mining Town of Cansado, Mauritania