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A rare pair of early 19th century Danish giltwood bobbin hall chairs. The backs are fashioned as a lattice of bobbin turning. The chairs stand on bobbin column legs joined by a similarly fashioned stretcher. The chairs are stamped on the inside of each of the seat rails and are out of Axel C Hellman's workshop, a cabinet maker from Helsingborg.Helsingborg is close to Copenhagen, accessible across a narrow strait by ferry. It has a long history dating back over a thousand years. It grew substantially during the Industrial Revolution and is now the primary town of its region. The late Nineteenth century brought considerable prosperity and the Royal palace of Sofiero and the Town Hall were constructed. They both have historicist elements, in particular the Town Hall, which is in the gothic taste.
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