Marcel Breuer’s “Cesca” chair is said to be the most reproduced chair design in history. This popularity is a testament to the timelessness of Breuer’s groundbreaking design. This set of eight vintage 1980 Cesca chairs are not authentic Breuer’s but that exhibit they same timeless flair. Cesca chairs are a triumph of modern design. Breuer created the chairs in 1928, but they look futuristic even today! The tubular bent chrome is the perfect complement to the tan cane and blond beech wood trim. The set consists of two captain’s chairs with arms and six armless side chairs.
The Cesca Chair was a chair design in 1928 by Marcel Breuer, using tubular steel. It was named Cesca as a tribute to Breuer’s adopted daughter Francesca (nicknamed Cheska). … In 1928, it was the first such tubular-steel frame caned seat type of chair that was mass-produced.