Teak - Elm - Fanett - 1900s. Designed by the Finish designer Ilmari Tapiovaara. Produced by Edsbyverken, a Swedish funriture manufacturer in Småland.
Windsor Chair was first produced in 1936 in a modest scale in Edsbyverken. A man named Viktor Andersson, also named Pinnerberg, taught people from Hälsingland (North of Sweden) making wooden chairs of the residual wood from the ski manufacturing.
The original Fanett was constructed in 1949 by Lennart Karltorp, then foreman at Edsbyverken. Fanett is a collective name for various seats from Edsbyverken which all have in common that they have a molded laminate seat.