Stone Dining Chair

Scandinavian Design - Simple But Exquisite

Gentle Curves; Minimalist Design; Available In A Wide Variety Of Woods


The GM 666 Stone Dining Chair is a gorgeous vision of elegance. The oval-shaped backrest and seat were inspired by pebbles and the smooth stones one could find along a river. Supported by sturdy stainless steel legs, the Stone Dining Chair provides immense comfort with a cushion-filled upholstered seat. The simple curves on both the seat and wooden back hug the gentle curvatures of the human body, a detail that designers Søren Nissen & Ebbe Gehl paid special attention to.


The Stone Dining Chair sits on firm stainless steel legs that match perfectly with the geometric steel legs of the Plank De Luxe Extendable Dining Table. If you’re going for an Industrial-themed dining room, the Stone Dining Chair and the Plank De Luxe Table would be the most rustic and charming dining set for you.


Naver Collection

Established in 1995, Naver Collection was committed to design modern furniture pieces that upheld the standards of traditional cabinet maker handcraft. Today, furniture pieces from Naver Collection continue to impress many with their quality and durability.


Safety & Warranty Information

Naver Collection is 100% confident of their furniture and take pride in every process of their finished product. All purchased products from Naver Collection come with a 2 year warranty that covers all manufacturing and material defects.


Shop More Dining Room Furniture

The centrepiece of a Dining Room is a Dining Table that the whole family loves and Danish Design Co offers a great selection of Dining Tables to start you out with! Alternatively, check out our entire collection of Dining Room furniture if you’d like.

W 47cm x D 56cm x H 79cm


Back: Soaped Oak, White Oiled Oak, Lacquered Oak, Oiled Oak. Soaped Ash, White Oiled Ash, Black Ash, Walnut
Frame: Stainless Steel
Seat Cushion: Leather & Fabric Upholstery (White, Black)



Danish designers Søren Nissen & Ebbe Gehl were trained cabinetmakers and entered into a partnership in 1970. Many of their designs are distinguished through beautiful workmanship, mostly due to both of their background in cabinetmaking and amazing design sensibility.