Tripod Stools by Jean Prouvé for Lycée Fabert from Metz, France 1950


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These are iconic stool designed by Jean Prouvé for Lycée Fabert in Metz, France around 1950. This minimalist stool has a tubular grey metal base with three legs, holding a round wooden seat. This is an iconic piece of mid-century design is a much sought after and very versatile piece that fits nicely in many different kinds of decors! It has a modern and industrial style. The wear to the piece adds to the authentic feel of the stool! They have different production marks underneath the seat. The Lycée Fabert is a senior high school in Metz, Moselle department, Lorraine, France. The school, in the city centre, was the first lycée in Metz. Sold individually, the price is per piece. 3 in stock Each piece remains in good, vintage condition with notable wear consistent with age and use, preserving a wonderful patina.

Current list price: €2.000,00

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Place of origin:
20th Century
Dimensions (cm):
44H x 35W x 35D
Dimensions (inch):
17,32H x 13,78W x 13,78D
Creator / Artist:
Jean Prouvé
Wood, Metal
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