This vintage three piece set of furniture features a sofa and two chairs. This set is constructed of chrome, and brown leatherette. The sofa features bakelite arm rests. This set was manufactured by Kem Weber likely during the 1940s as the design leans towards other post war furniture of the time.
The overall dimensions of the sofa measure 66.5" in width, 27" in depth with a height of 31". The seat boasts the interior measurements of 60" x 20". The seat of the sofa rests 17" from the ground. The arms of the sofa rest at a height of 24" from the ground.
The overall dimensions of the chairs measure 20.5" in width, 20" in depth with a height of 31". The seats of these chairs boast the interior measurements of 19" x 18". The seat rests at a height of 18" from the ground. The arms of the chairs rest at a height of 26".
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