Finn Juhl Chieftain Sofa
Leather Group 2
Camo Nevada Leather
NEVADA is a full-grain, vacuum-tanned, smooth aniline leather. The hide is firm, but supple with an exceptional grain. The best choice when looking for Saddle-type leather. Visible insect bites, healed wounds and fat stripes contribute to the exclusive look. Cromfree tanned – made without the use of PCP and CFC, which are harmful to the enviroment. Grain leather from South German cattle hides.
Sørensen Paris Passion Leather
A strong and soft full-grain leather in semi-aniline. A smooth, slim leather, Paris Passion is comfortable with a great feel. It has natural markings and a natural appearance with a light surface finish. It is user-friendly and easy to maintain.
Leather Group 3
MONTANA is a full grain leather with a study structure. Pure aniline leather with an international shade card. Visible insect-bites and scars from healed wounds add to the exclusive look of the leather. Chrome tanned and produced without the use of PCP and CFC which are damaging to the enviroment. Grain leather from South German cattle hides.
Leather Group 4
Sørensen Vegetal Nature Leather
Vegetable-tanned leather of the highest quality that rapidly acquires a patina. This soft "naked" leather is affected by light and acquires a beautiful nut-brown colour with time, making each piece unique. Variations in colour in the hides exist with natural markings. Susceptible to dirt and smudges
**NOTE: Leather NOT CA 117 compliant. Contact us for more information.**
Vegetable and chrome-tanned, aniline, full-grain with light structure and light impregnation. Becomes lighter and patinated with use, visible natural markings. Thickness approx. 0.055-0.06".
Stolz Velvet Leather
Velvet is a nubuckleather with a warm and charming look. A flat anilinhide has been lightly sanded to obtain a discrete write effect. Even at the first contact the customer is surprised by the pleasant touch.
Origin: South-german bullhides
Alongside the impressive Chieftain Chair, Finn Juhl and cabinetmaker Niels Vodder also introduced the Chieftain Sofa in 1949.
While the Chieftain Chair immediately went into production, there was, as far as we know, only produced one single issue of the Chieftain Sofa.
At Designmuseum Danmark in Copenhagen where the Guild Exhibitions originally took place, the sofa is still part of the museum’s permanent collection of modern Danish furniture.
Today, this extraordinary piece of furniture is manufactured in a very exclusive, handcrafted version in walnut. The sofa is upholstered by hand in Denmark from extra-large hides of the finest quality.
House of Finn Juhl
Danish Design Store is an authorized USA dealer for all House of Finn Juhl products.