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Poul Volther for Frem Rojle Chair 361, 1960 

- $395 CDN Each

Seat Weaving While RVing

Coming to a Town Near You

Attention all design enthusiasts and mid-century modern lovers!

Caning Canada proudly presents the iconic #361 chairs designed by Poul Volther and produced by Frem Rojle in the 1960s.

We have two sets of four and a single.

These masterpieces have been restored to their original splendour and are ready to find a new home.

Featuring sleek lines, warm teak wood, and freshly woven Danish cord seats, these chairs are the epitome of Scandinavian design.

They will elevate any space with their timeless elegance and serve as a true statement piece in your home or office.

The #361 chairs are incredibly comfortable and versatile, perfect for casual and formal settings.

Whether you're entertaining guests, working from home, or simply relaxing, these chairs will provide comfort and style for years to come.

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to own a piece of mid-century design history.

Contact Caning Canada today to secure your restored #361 chair and bring a touch of sophistication and style to your space.

We offer you a chance to own a piece of history with our expertly woven Danish cord, seagrass, fibre rush, or cane pieces.

We’re preserving the authentic charm and quality that made these pieces so sought after.

Whether you're furnishing a cottage or your home or want to upgrade your dining chairs, these chairs are sure to impress.

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity.

Poul M. Volther (1923-2001) belonged to a generation of architects with solid roots in the best craft.

He succeeded Børge Mogensen as artistic director of FDB Møbler in 1950.

Poul M. Volther loved the simple manufacture of fine materials.