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Banmuller LAMA chaise longue, adjustable chrome tubular structure, removable footrest, 1970s

Banmuller LAMA chaise longue, adjustable chrome tubular structure, removable footrest, 1970s

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Comfortable and beautiful Banmuller LAMA chaise longue made in 1970s in Germany. The chair is adjustable in height and has a removable footrest. It is made of chrome tubular structure and features the original orange upholstery. The chair is made by Baumuller with LAMA tubular bent metal chromed components made in Italy. The item is in good vintage condition and shows only minor traces of use consistent with its age.

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Additional information

Design Period

1970-1979

Country of Origin

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Condition

Very Good. This vintage item has no defects, but it may show slight traces of use

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Weight

Standard weight (between 10 and 15 kg)

Dimensions (H x W x D)

H min/max = 66/90 cm, W min/max = 131×175 cm, D = 75 cm, Seat Height = 30 cm

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