Hans J. Wegner AP-46 Ox Chair with Ottoman for A.P. Stolen


Sculptural modern chair with ottoman model AP-46 designed by Hans J. Wegner for A.P. Stolen in Denmark circa 1960s. This Wegner classic set epitomizes the designer’s nature ideals and organic aesthetics seen through the blend of quality materials to create a luxurious and comfortable seating experience. The chair and ottoman have been newly upholstered in full-grain Italian cognac leather and seats on a chrome-plated steel base. Like every Wegner design, this chair impressive and dramatic shapes, reclining angle, and padded cushions make a dynamic and elegant statement in any room. This set includes an ottoman for resting your feet and also serves as a handy seat when needed. The top grain leather has a natural appearance that patinates beautifully over the years, capturing the essence of Danish Modern design and making of this award-winning classic a must-have!

$ 17,500 / set





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SPECIFICATIONS

Country
Manufacturer
Date of Manufacturer
Period Style
Materials

New Italian Full-Grain Leather, Chrome-Plated Steel

Condition

Excellent

Extra Conditions

Newly Refinished

Number of Items

2

Dimensions

34.50in H x 37in W x 32in D
Seat Height 13in
Ottoman: 13.50in H x 29.50in W x 17in D

ID Number

5716

SHOPPING WITH DANISH MODERN L.A. MEANS

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MEET THE DESIGNER

Hans J. Wegner

Best known as ‘the Master of the Chairs,' Wegner created fascinating modern furniture that was both innovative and experimental. He was a furniture designer and a modernist that emphasized the practicality and uniqueness in each piece that he crafted. He believed the versatility and functionality of his designs were as vital as the aesthetic of them, which is visible in every Hans Wegner furniture piece.

Born in Tønder, a southern Denmark town, Wegner discovered he had a talent in woodworking at an early age. While apprenticing at H.F. Stahlberg, Wegner designed his first chair at the age of 17 in 1931. When he visited Copenhagen to fulfill his military service, Wegner saw the annual exhibitions of the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild, a trade exhibition where some of the best carpenters and architects of the time got invited, and realized that he needed to improve his skills considerably before he could open his own workshop.

This exhibition gave Wegner an idea of what he could be capable of designing. He decided to attend the School of Arts and Crafts in 1936. After his studies, Wegner joined Arne Jacobsen and Erick Møller and helped to design the new City Hall in Aarhus in 1940. This experience motivated Wegner to open his office in 1943 and start designing home furniture and some office pieces in which he utilized measurement studies and dimensional analysis to create. Historic furniture styles including the English Windsor chair, rustic American Shaker furniture, and 17th Century Chinese chairs were part of his influences and inspiration.

Wegner is now worldly recognized as one of the pioneer designers of the Mid-Century Danish Modern movement and one of the most influential of the mid-20th century furniture design period. Wegner left a legacy of over 500 chair designs that went into production and more than 3,500 drawings of furniture – most never produced. Among Wegner’s highly sought after chair designs are the Wishbone chair, Round chair, and Shell chair.



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PRODUCT CARE

Leather

  • Do not expose leather to very humid environments or directly to sunlight and sources of heat to protect and ensure a long life for the material
  • Avoid contact with fragrances or chemicals -these products can cause expensive and irreparable damage to the leather
  • You can use the vacuum cleaner to clean the surface as long as the nozzle is in good condition and has the soft mouthpiece
  • Use a soft, dry cloth
  • If necessary, you can clean the surface using a damp cloth smooth in texture
  • Avoid spilling liquids on the surface. If this happens, allow it to dry naturally, away from any heat source
  • Depending on the frequency of use, it is advisable to apply a protective leather-safe oil at least once a year. Use only professional leather cleaning substances
  • You can buy a leather protection solution to apply protection to the leather; use it according to leather type and following the manufacturer's instructions

Chrome and Brass

  • Avoid spilling grease on chromium or brass.
  • Clean the chrome or brass at the time it is stained.
  • Clean chrome or brass frequently with rust preventative lubricant.
  • Apply a special wax layer to add luster.
  • Use a damp and soft cloth, then use a dry and soft cloth.
  • To preserve the nature of the chrome or brass, use only cleaning products that are specific to this type of material.
  • When using chemicals for chromium or brass, follow the manufacturer's instructions.

Hans J. Wegner AP-46 Ox Chair with Ottoman for A.P. Stolen

$ 17,500 / set






Read about our product, customer service, quality, and shipping.


Sculptural modern chair with ottoman model AP-46 designed by Hans J. Wegner for A.P. Stolen in Denmark circa 1960s. This Wegner classic set epitomizes the designer’s nature ideals and organic aesthetics seen through the blend of quality materials to create a luxurious and comfortable seating experience. The chair and ottoman have been newly upholstered in full-grain Italian cognac leather and seats on a chrome-plated steel base. Like every Wegner design, this chair impressive and dramatic shapes, reclining angle, and padded cushions make a dynamic and elegant statement in any room. This set includes an ottoman for resting your feet and also serves as a handy seat when needed. The top grain leather has a natural appearance that patinates beautifully over the years, capturing the essence of Danish Modern design and making of this award-winning classic a must-have!

SPECIFICATIONS


    Country: Denmark

    Manufacturer: A.P. Stolen

    Date of Manufacture: 1960-1969

    Period Style: Danish Modern

    Materials: New Italian Full-Grain Leather, Chrome-Plated Steel

    Condition: Excellent

    Extra Conditions: Newly Refinished

    Dimensions: 34.50in H x 37in W x 32in D
    Seat Height 13in
    Ottoman: 13.50in H x 29.50in W x 17in D

    Number of Items: 2

    ID Number: 5716



SHOPPING WITH DANISH MODERN L.A. MEANS


Quality Management

Our quality management system allows us to provide you with exclusive products of a very high caliber.

Pro Customer Service

Friendly assistance through efficient communication focused on providing you timely information.

Authenticity Guaranteed

Each product is meticulously evaluated by our team of experts, guaranteeing you top quality authenticity.

Secure Online Purchasing

With our online shopping system, you can acquire precious treasures in a comfortable, safe and reliable way.

SHIPPING

Shipping around the world

RETURNS ACCEPTED

All items can be returned or exchanged

ONLINE PAYMENT METHODS

We accept the following methods

Visa Logo Master Card Logo Pay Pal Logo American Express Logo Discover Logo Affirm Payments

MEET THE DESIGNER


Hans J. Wegner



Best known as ‘the Master of the Chairs,' Wegner created fascinating modern furniture that was both innovative and experimental. He was a furniture designer and a modernist that emphasized the practicality and uniqueness in each piece that he crafted. He believed the versatility and functionality of his designs were as vital as the aesthetic of them, which is visible in every Hans Wegner furniture piece.

Born in Tønder, a southern Denmark town, Wegner discovered he had a talent in woodworking at an early age. While apprenticing at H.F. Stahlberg, Wegner designed his first chair at the age of 17 in 1931. When he visited Copenhagen to fulfill his military service, Wegner saw the annual exhibitions of the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild, a trade exhibition where some of the best carpenters and architects of the time got invited, and realized that he needed to improve his skills considerably before he could open his own workshop.

This exhibition gave Wegner an idea of what he could be capable of designing. He decided to attend the School of Arts and Crafts in 1936. After his studies, Wegner joined Arne Jacobsen and Erick Møller and helped to design the new City Hall in Aarhus in 1940. This experience motivated Wegner to open his office in 1943 and start designing home furniture and some office pieces in which he utilized measurement studies and dimensional analysis to create. Historic furniture styles including the English Windsor chair, rustic American Shaker furniture, and 17th Century Chinese chairs were part of his influences and inspiration.

Wegner is now worldly recognized as one of the pioneer designers of the Mid-Century Danish Modern movement and one of the most influential of the mid-20th century furniture design period. Wegner left a legacy of over 500 chair designs that went into production and more than 3,500 drawings of furniture – most never produced. Among Wegner’s highly sought after chair designs are the Wishbone chair, Round chair, and Shell chair.

Read More...


PRODUCT CARE


Leather

  • Do not expose leather to very humid environments or directly to sunlight and sources of heat to protect and ensure a long life for the material
  • Avoid contact with fragrances or chemicals -these products can cause expensive and irreparable damage to the leather
  • You can use the vacuum cleaner to clean the surface as long as the nozzle is in good condition and has the soft mouthpiece
  • Use a soft, dry cloth
  • If necessary, you can clean the surface using a damp cloth smooth in texture
  • Avoid spilling liquids on the surface. If this happens, allow it to dry naturally, away from any heat source
  • Depending on the frequency of use, it is advisable to apply a protective leather-safe oil at least once a year. Use only professional leather cleaning substances
  • You can buy a leather protection solution to apply protection to the leather; use it according to leather type and following the manufacturer's instructions

Chrome and Brass

  • Avoid spilling grease on chromium or brass.
  • Clean the chrome or brass at the time it is stained.
  • Clean chrome or brass frequently with rust preventative lubricant.
  • Apply a special wax layer to add luster.
  • Use a damp and soft cloth, then use a dry and soft cloth.
  • To preserve the nature of the chrome or brass, use only cleaning products that are specific to this type of material.
  • When using chemicals for chromium or brass, follow the manufacturer's instructions.