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We picked these chairs up at a yard sale a few years ago...we have been doing some research on them but cant seem to get a clear answer on how to authenticate them. any accurate details on how to authenticate them would be greatly appreciated, thanks

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  1. fenton-hobnail fenton-hobnail, 3 years ago
    for sale?
  2. lockerlooker, 3 years ago
    Not for sale, sorry.
  3. Depotkev66, 3 years ago
    The Wassily chair, as it is known today, was originally named the B3 chair when it was first designed by Marcel Breuer at the Bauhaus in 1925. The chair soon became a favorite of fellow Bauhaus professor, Wassily Kandinsky. Kandinsky liked it so much, in fact, that Breuer made him a duplicate for his own, and when it was later put into production it took on Kandinsky’s name through this association.

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