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Didi and Dora

Joe Colombo Stacking Chairs for Kartell

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Produced by Kartell AFRICA in South Africa

Joe Colombo model 4867 Universal stacking chair. These models do not have the cut out.

The 'Universale' was the first all-plastic chair to be made by the injection-moulding technique. It was also one of the earliest plastic chairs to be commercially available. The Italian manufacturer, Kartell, was an innovative firm whose main production was plastic laboratory and industrial wares. They marketed the 'Universale' as a multi-functional chair that was stackable, portable, and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The design included detachable feet, which allowed the height of the chair to be adjusted.


Three chairs available - price is per chair

All chairs are structurally sound. 

Chair 1: Good condition, few darker markings on the side of chairs leg (photo 6)

Chair 2: small amount of paint missing and a few dark markings on the chair. A few markings to side of the chair. (Photo 7)

Chair 3: a small marking to the back and showing some paint marks on the front (photo 8)


Chairs have been repainted in a ‘Tamiya’ plastics paint.

Two chairs have some slight paint missing. These two chairs will be sold for less.


Pickup Hawthorn or courier available