1970s Charles and Ray Eames '670' Lounge Chair with Ottoman for Herman Miller-SOLD


A superb Charles and Ray Eames, '670' lounge chair and '671' ottoman for Herman Miller, c.1970.
Both the chair and ottoman bares the ‘Herman Miller’ label to underside.
This chair has a rosewood shell, with its original chocolate brown leather upholstery, on an aluminium swivel base.
Great collectors item in good and original vintage condition, signs of usage as expected with age, great patina to the leather.
The Eames Lounge chair is one of the most Iconic chairs of our time. The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
About the designer:
The husband and wife duo were two of the most influential designers the 20th Century. Famous for their iconic chairs, Charles and Ray Eames revolutionised modern furniture and believed that design should be agent for positive change.
However, furniture design was only one facet of their multidisciplinary careers. Pioneers in modern art, the pair were responsible for groundbreaking contributions in architecture, furniture design, film making, textile and graphic design.
The iconic designers embody the ‘inventiveness, energy and optimism at the heart of mid-century modern American Designs."
Height: 81cm
Width: 84cm
Depth: 84cm
Seat Height: 38cm
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