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S 197 R
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SE 43

Wilde + Spieth

Based since 1831 in Esslingen, near Stuttgart, Wilde + Spieth is a traditional furniture manufacturer whose designs are characterized by innovative shapes and colours, and many of which have become timeless classics. Chairs like the SE 68 or S 197 R may have been designed in the 1950s but thanks to the attention to form and material fit effortlessly into any modern home.


smow sells exclusively originals from licensed manufacturers and is an official trading partner of Wilde+Spieth.


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