Jaer Bar Stool

By Eikund


Jaer is a true mid-20th century design, but this is the first time it goes into serial production. The three-legged bar stool definitely deserves more attention, it has a strong presence, even though it has a humble and honest look. Sigurd Resell graduated from the National Academy of Craft and Art Industry in 1947. He designed Jaer while working for the pioneering interior design company Rastad & Relling Tegnekontor in Oslo. The barstool is made from solid oak and is available in a variety of finishes. The overall design makes the bar stool classic and modern, making it a perfect choice for residential homes, professional workspaces, cafes, and restaurants. Designed in 1959.

Dimensions: 29.9 H x 17.6 Dia. inches

Materials: Made of oiled oak, clear lacquered oak, white oiled oak, white toned lacquered oak, black lacquered oak, walnut-stained oak, or smoke-stained lacquered oak.