Pair of ebonized-wood and brass armchairs by Roberto and Mito Block, circa 1950s

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Pair of ebonized-wood and brass armchairs by Roberto and Mito Block, circa 1950s

9,500.00

Superbly executed pair of 1950s chairs in Roberto and Mito Block's signature style with outstanding attention to detail. The tapered legs end in square brass caps. The integrated arms wrap around the back of the chair. The rear legs have an upholstered piping detail in the center. New blue linen upholstery; freshly refinished ebonized frames. French-born brothers Roberto and Mito Block worked in Mexico City from the 1930s through the 1970s. Their work was sold out of their Mexico City showroom, Rob Block & Cia, and featured their restrained modern interpretations of classical forms. Mexico, 1958. 25" w x 26" d x 36-1/2" h, seat 19" h. Excellent restored condition; minor wear to brass feet. Fabric swatch available. These chairs are in our Brooklyn showroom.

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