Leda armchair designed by Dali manufactured by BD.
The black label collection came to market in a limited edition of 105 pieces (the age of Dali in 2009).
Taken from “Femme á la téte rose” 1935 (Woman with a head of roses). It was sufficient for this sculpture to be made as a three dimensional piece, remaining faithful to every detail in Dalí’s painting. Dalí affirmed: “A chair can be used even to sit on, but only on one condition: That we sit uncomfortably.” We can sit on the Leda, but due to the fact that it only has three legs and that the chair is heavy, it being made of solid brass, is more a work of art than a functional piece of furniture.
Ironwork in Brass (Metal Dissolved in Nitric Acid)