A set of six dining chairs designed by Arne Vodder and produced by Sibast in Denmark in the 1960’s. The chairs are made of solid Brazilian rosewood with mitred joints and delicately chamfered edges. The T shape back is very striking and unique to this particular design – there are no other chairs from this period of mid century Scandinavian furniture that look like this. In fact the only chairs I have seen with a slight resemblance would be 18th Century English library chairs (also called cock fighting chairs). Perhaps these were the inspiration. Beautiful, comfortable and very hard to find.