pair of Eames LCW chairs, circa 1945
 
 
 
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pair of Eames LCW chairs, circa 1945
6000.00Sold
A pair of museum-quality LCW's (Lounge Chair - Wood) in the desirable red color variation designed by Charles Eames for the Herman Miller Furniture Company in Zeeland, Michigan. The Eames molded plywood chair has become a classic of mid-twentieth century American furniture design with its clean details and sculpted curves. The seat and back, molded to fit the contours of the human body, together with the rubber "shock" mounts which permit the chair to flex with any shifting of position, provide comfort rarely found in a non-upholstered chair. These and other Eames designs have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City and in other major retrospective design exhibitions. Art & Antiques magazine, in their annual special issue [March 2000, page 122], included the Eames molded plywood chair among the "Top Treasures of the Century"!!
 
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Product ID 39
Category Art Deco, Furniture/Interiors
Circa 1945
Condition excellent
Price 6000.00
Status Sold
 
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