These very refined and rare dining room chairs in walnut wood are manufactured by the Italian Mobil Girgi company in the 1970s. The frame is ingeniously put together and when we look at the chair in detail, we see frequent use of beautiful wood joints. The way in which the curved back and armrests are attached to the legs is a fine example of craftsmanship. The ends of the armrests are sharply finished so that the chairs show a nice tight posture. The beautiful walnut wood has acquired a warm tone and patina over the years. These chairs really show their character when they are placed at a dining room table. The sloping backrest as it were, tucks the chairs nicely under the edge of the table. Then the lines of this design really come forward. Two bars give extra strength to the two closely spaced back legs and are a true addition to the elegant aesthetic. We have reupholstered the seats and improved the seating comfort. The condition is entirely in accordance with age and use. So expect some small scuffs and marks.