More classic chairs from Stoelcker
The Frankfurter Chair
The Frankfurt chair or the Frankfurt kitchen chair is considered the standard chair of the fifties and sixties.
The front foot, front frame and seat bow were glued together in one operation, which ensured durability.
The result is a simple chair that at first glance is so unimpressive that it is taken for granted. In its simplicity and restraint lies its high quality and that makes it one of the most important designs in the history of furniture.
The Classic Armchair
The chair with armrests, also known as the Stoelcker Chair, is based on the models found amongst the Viennese avantgarde and on the Bauhaus style.
The onepiece curved backrest lends this unpretentious chair its inviting form and ensures comfort even when spending a prolonged length of time in the seat.
Having first appeared in the 1930s, the chair has survived all contemporary trends and still impresses with its nofrills yet perfectly shaped appearance.
The Solid wood stool
The Stoelcker Solid wood stool combines the clarity of the simple, modern design with the durability and value of solid oak wood. The considerable thickness of the wood makes it look really classy, and in use this makes it extremely robust.
The shapely stool with a spacious seat has a high-quality finish and is versatile in use - because it not only cuts a good figure as a seat, but also as a coffee table, plant pedestal and much more. A flexible, smart and sustainable piece of furniture.
The Corner chair from Stoelcker
The corner chair from Stoelcker seductively highlights unused corners and becomes a solitair. Whether as a shelf in the hallway or as a replacement chair for the dining table, in any case a decorative masterpiece.
The ergonomically shaped arm or backrest sits diagonally on 3 legs and allows you to move closer to the table. The genuine leather seat and the rounded seat frame at the front ensure comfortable sitting..
Due to the elaborate and stable construction as well as the indestructible oak wood, the corner chair, like all chairs from Stoelcker, is made to last forever.
The Runged chair
The runged chair traditionally has its origins in Venetia in Italy and is also known as the Tessin chair. Vincent's chair or French cathedral chair. Originally the chairs were made from roughly-carved branches and the seat was woven from straw.
Stoelcker has produced the chair, as well as the Frankfurter Chair, since 1936. Our Tessin chair corresponds to the original of its time, is manufactured in an elaborate process, is meticulously crafted and, like all Stoelcker chairs, is extremely durable.
The Solid Wood Chair
The importance of design in the context of seating furniture is not only determined by its practicality and the needs and demands of the user, but always by the role and selfconception of the design as a discipline between art and technology.
The Bentwood Chair
For lovers and collectors of important and at the same time beautiful chairs, it is absolutely essential to “own” a bentwood chair. These chairs were first made using the classical bending process in the first half of the 19th century. The solid beech wood is plasticised with steam and the bending process takes place in a tension band and is then stabilised by drying.
Stoelcker offers a small selection of high quality and rare bentwood chairs.
Children's Chairs by Stoelcker
The children's tables and chairs by Stoelcker meet the same demands that our furniture for adults have. They have a high quality of finishing and the craftsmanship is of the highest standard.
Adorable and valuable children's tables and chairs that will provide pleasure for generations. They create an environment that promotes the mental and spiritual development of our children.
You can find a fine selection of elaborately crafted solid wood children's furniture here.