Few would argue with its success, fewer still would claim it undeserved. Designed in 1949 by Hans J. Wegner as part of the early collection for Carl Hansen & Son, the Wishbone chair is still made in three weeks with 14 parts and 100 separate processes. Shaped and assembled predominantly by hand, the design is a testimony to the elegance found in simplicity. A high degree of craftsmanship paired with the versatility of the chair’s silhouette have granted it a rarely achieved stylistic endurance. To read more about the history and significance of the Wishbone, look no further than Design Milk.