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Arnold Madsen Sheepskin Clam Chair
The Clam chair was first designed in 1944 in Copenhagen by Danish upholsterer Arnold Madsen. In 1945 Arnold founded the furniture company Madsen & Schubell together with the cabinetmaker Henry Schubell in order to produce this unique chair that became known as the Muslingstol or Clam chair due to its’ unique shape. This new production remains true to the original chair and Arnold’s vision for the design. It features a solid beech wood frame and arms and legs made from either solid oak or walnut in a range of finishes.

Arnold Madsen Sheepskin Clam Chair

The Clam chair was first designed in 1944 in Copenhagen by Danish upholsterer Arnold Madsen. In 1945 Arnold founded the furniture company Madsen & Schubell together with the cabinetmaker Henry Schubell in order to produce this unique chair that became known as the Muslingstol or Clam chair due to its’ unique shape. This new production remains true to the original chair and Arnold’s vision for the design. It features a solid beech wood frame and arms and legs made from either solid oak or walnut in a range of finishes.

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