Lounge Chair Herman Miller 670 & Ottoman 671 First Generation chair manufactured between 1957 -1960 Brazilian Rosewood veneer After several years of development by Ray & Charles Eames, the Herman Miller lounge chair went into production in 1956. This particular example is a first generation chair manufactured between 1957 and 1960. It is recognizable by the 3 screw fixing of the armrests (from 1960 on, there were only 2 screws). The wooden parts in Brazilian Rosewood have been refinished. The original cushions are in thick black leather. They have been freshly refilled with feathers.
First Generation Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman Herman Miller Rosewood 19571960
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Reference number: #20607
|Dimensions||80 × 85 × 84 cm|
American Design, Mid-Century modern, Vintage
1950 – 1959
|Location of item||Belgium|
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