The original reissue has been featured on thos pages before, but now you can join the queue for a limited edition Ligne Roset Pumpkin armchair in two striped finishes.
The new versions of the Pierre Paulin space age classic are to celebrate Ligne Roset's 150th anniversary, with just 150 of the red and the blue being offered worldwide. Or red Divina and blue Divina if you want the official names. All will be numbered and feature the slogan '150 ans d'avance' and the Pierre Paulin textile label.
The original was produced in 1971 for seating for the private apartments of Claude and Georges Pompidou at the Elysée Palace. In 2010, a basic Pumpkin costs from £900. The limited edition? That will retail for around £1,500.
Ligne Roset website
Back in August of last year, we mentioned that Ligne Roset was re-introducing a classic Pierre Paulin design from the 1950s – the Archi armchair. Well, it did re-appear, with prices varying from £1,400 to in excess of £2,000 depending on your choice of finish. Just as well one has appeared on eBay then.
Indeed, this particular chair os something of a steal. Used in a show home, so pretty much hardly used at all, it offers that classic design in a dark red finish (apparently darker than the picture indicates), the upholstery in a 'divina wool' felt fabric, with matt black metal legs for support.
The colour might not be to everyone's taste, but the price should be. Reduced for a quick sale to £650 on a 'Buy It Now' or taking offers.
Find out more at the eBay website