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Cesca chair

[ ches-kuh ]
/ ˈtʃɛs kə /
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noun
a chair, with or without arms, designed by Marcel Breuer in 1928, having a cantilevered frame of chromium-plated or stainless tubular steel and a seat and back of bentwood-framed canework.
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Also called Breuer chair.

Origin of Cesca chair

Said to have been named after Breuer's daughter Cesca (Franciska)
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