Hans Wegner Papa Bear Chair

When you're little, you sit in a chair and hug your teddy bear. When you're big, the chair hugs you. That's the whimsical idea behind the Hans Wegner's iconic Papa Bear Chair. Designed in 1951, this oversized seat has foam cushions and natural fiber stuffing for added cushioning. The arms wrap around you as you sit, with solid wood "paws" emerging at the ends that match the legs, and the seat angle encourages you to recline into the "hug." The example you see here has been meticulously restored, retains its original stamp, and arrives with a matching ottoman both finished in black leather.

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