Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
  • Gerrit Thomas Rietveld Steltman Chair
The Steltman chair takes its name from the jeweler Steltman who commissioned Rietveld in 1963 to redesign his shop in The Hague. Rietveld designed two chairs where clients could sit when they selected their jewelry. The chairs were each other’s mirror image and formed a unit with the counter. The original versions were covered in white faux leather. After Rietveld’s death in 1964, his former assistant Gerard van de Groenekan produced a version in wood, which has now become more famous than the leather original.

L x W x H: 50 x 45 x 70 cm. Height of seat: 40 cm.
Armrest: left or right
Available in various finishes of Leather, Felt or Oak

Steltman Limited Edition
To celebrate its 50th anniversary the chair was made for the first time in the original leather version as designed by Rietveld. The exclusive edition consists of just 50 right-facing and 50 left-facing chairs, produced in two special leather versions: the original white leather, but also a distinctive gray-brown version. The original logo that Rietveld designed for Steltman Jewelers in 1964 is featured beneath the seat. Each chair comes with an exclusive gift box containing information about the history of the chair, photos and a certificate signed by Rietveld’s grandson Egbert Rietveld.

Steltman Chair
The Steltman chair in a leather version, build according to the original 1963 Rietveld design. The faux-leather upholstery of the prototype has been replaced by special leather made of English bull hides: timeless, strong and still modern. The Steltman is available in several colours from the Ohmann Misto collection

Steltman Chair
The Steltman chair in felt was built exactly according to the original drawings of Gerrit Rietveld. However instead of using white leatherette this chair is upholstered with felt from ‘De Ploeg’, a Dutch manufacturer of fabrics with whom Rietveld already had a long history. Rietveld designed De Ploegs factory in 1957 and used their fabrics on several of his designs. The Steltman Felt has a very special appearance and is surprisingly comfortable.
The Steltman Felt is available in 4 colours from the De Ploeg Vilano collection: blue, red, beige and yellow.

Steltman Chair
This chair takes its name from the jeweler Steltman who commissioned Rietveld in 1963 to redesign his shop in The Hague. Rietveld designed two chairs where clients could sit when they selected their jewelry. The chairs were each other’s mirror image and formed a unit with the counter. The original versions were covered in white faux leather. After Rietveld’s death in 1964, his former assistant Gerard van de Groenekan produced a version in wood, which has now become more famous than the leather original.
The Steltman chair is made of solid quarter-sawn oak and is available in whitewash finish, black and white varnish. Other colors are available upon request.

Design:
Gerrit Thomas Rietveld

Manufacturer:
spectrum meubelen