Stool 647 was designed by Josef Frank in 1936 for an interior at the Millesgården house and studio. It works equally well as a coffee table seat as it does as a footstool.
The stool is upholstered with Josef Frank's Teheran textile and the price includes fabric. The name Teheran (Tehran), as well as the small, radiant flowers in the foreground, indicates that the print is an interpretation of a Persian carpet. The lobed leaves in varying colours are reminiscent of the plant dye colours madder, wild mignonette and indigo. Teheran was designed in the 1940s, but it was printed for the first time in 1991.