Wulff was originally launched as a limited edition by an unknown Copenhagen cabinetmaker in the 1930s.
After purchasing one of the few chairs still in circulation via Danish auction house Bruun Rasmussen, &tradition reissued the chair in a selection of plush upholstery.
"Wulff is a striking example of this design movement, the intricacies of handmade, small-scale production readily apparent in its form," the brand explained.
"The boundary-pushing sculptural armrests, which join to an expansive, wing-shaped backrest, are underpinned by the finest craftsmanship."
Wulff's wooden frame is crafted from either white oiled oak or oiled walnut and can be paired with a range of upholstery fabrics including sheepskin.
"Luxuriantly soft upholstery covers its seat and backrest – details which generally define Danish design of the 1930s," &tradition explained.
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