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Itamaraty Dining Chair

by Jorge Zalszupin, 1959

Reference: #00002309

Designed by Jorge Zalszupin in 1969, this comfortable, delicate piece has a wooden base structure, and leather back and seat with beautiful stitching. The word ‘Itamaraty’ is of Indigenous origin, and became the name of the Itamaraty Palace in Brasilia, which houses Brazil’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

• Available in variety of woods
• Available in a variety of fabrics and leathers
• Part of the Etel collection
• Made to order

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Fabric

Fabric (COR-1)
Fabric (COR-2)
Fabric (COR-3)
Fabric (COR-4)
Fabric (COR-5)
Fabric (COR-6)

Leather

Leather (L-1 (Leather Type 1))
Leather (L-2 (Leather Type 1))
Leather (L-3 (Leather Type 1))
Leather (L-5 (Leather Type 1))

Suede

Suede (SUE-1 )
Suede (SUE-2)
Suede (SUE-3)
Suede (SUE-4)
Suede (SUE-5 )
Suede (SUE-6)

Wood

Wood (Natural Cedar)
Wood (Stained Cedar)
Wood (Washed Cedar)
Wood (Honey Imbuia)
Wood (Dark Imbuia)
Wood (Natural Freijo)
Wood (Stained Freijo)
Wood (Washed Freijo)

Colors shown are only indicative and may not be an accurate representation of the finishing due to variations in system/s used and/or display settings.


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