Aalto 65 Low Backrest

The pull-up dining chair no. 65 was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1935. It’s sleek shape and modern design has made this chair a classic piece of furniture.  These four chairs have an unusually low backrest, which I have not seen anywhere else. They date most likely to 1950s and are manufactured by Artek, Finland, …

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Cherner Side Chair Black

Two black zipper-back Cherner chairs with original Plycraft label. Plywood seat covered with black Naugahyde. Naugahyde covered zippered back rests. Solid bentwood walnut legs. These chairs are original from the 50′s. Chair’s Story Norman Cherner was an American architect and designer. He studied and taught at Columbia University, and was an instructor at MoMA in …

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Cherner Side Chair White

Two original Cherner chairs with original Plycraft label. Designed 1958. Plywood seat covered with cream colored Naugahyde. Naugahyde covered zippered back rests. Solid bentwood walnut legs. Chair’s Story Norman Cherner was an American architect and designer. He studied and taught at Columbia University, and was an instructor at MoMA in the late 1940s. There, he …

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Eliel Saarinen Arm Chair

Eliel Saarinen designed the armchair for his own house at Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1929. This particular chair is built by Arkitektura and is numbered 008, most likely it was produced in the 30′s. It was auctioned off 2011 from one of the registered Chicago Art Deco homes. It is a very heavy solid walnut, …

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Eliel Saarinen House Side Chair

Two dining chairs originally designed by Eliel Saarinen for the Saarinen home at Cranbrook (1929-1930). These chairs are original reproductions and made by Charles Phipps & Sons, USA. They are made of solid maple with polished ebony lacquer. Chair’s Story While others would have been content to rest on their laurels after a successful career …

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Frank Lloyd Wright Barrel Chair

Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Barrel Chair for the Darwin Martin Residence in 1937. These two chairs are crafted by Cassina after the Wingspread variation of the design. The two curved back dining chairs, are made of solid natural black lacquered cherry wood. The two chairs are original reproductions belonging to Cassina I Maestri collection. …

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Frem Rojle Triangle Chairs

Eight  3-legged chairs, which are masterpieces of efficient furniture design. Designed in the 1950s by Hans Olsen for Frem Røjle. Four 3-legged chairs fit snugly with the skirt of the table, making it a perfect compact dining solution for small spaces. Its design is so economical yet almost whimsical, like a 3-dimensional puzzle or game …

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French Biedermeier Style Chair

Set of two blond elm wood Biedermeier style chairs in immaculate condition with black leather upholstery. These chairs were found from France, but are of the Germanic Biedermeier style. Most likely they are Biedermeier revival chairs from the beginning of the 20th century. The yellow elm wood and the black seat of the chair clearly …

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Mackintosh Argyle Chair

The  designer of this chair, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, had very forward looking design sense and very little respect for the desires and budgets of his clients. He often ran into arguments and disagreements with his clients and hid different signs into his designs that showed his opinion of the client ordering the design work. The …

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