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Early Pair of Charles Eames for Herman Miller Swivel Chairs EA108

$1,985.00
ITEM #:
705VFW20
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PAIR OF CHARLES EAMES FOR HERMAN MILLER EA108 SWIVEL CHAIRS
With impressed branding in aluminum, with original blue upholstery, circa 1960
Item # 705VFW20 


This early pair of swivel chairs designed by Charles Eames and retailed by Herman Miller was designed with the early flattened footing and retains the original glides under each foot; this was changed for a longer posted foot in later designs.  The stitched tweed blue covering is original and remains servicable and comfortable, both seats retaining their original upholstery tags and Pennsylvania license stamps.  The chair is crafted using die-cast aluminum for the upper body with a glossy clear coat seal, the fixed aluminum stem with a baked enamel finish.  Under the U-shape seat brace is the patent stamp for Herman Miller.

Measurements:  21 3/4” W x 21 1/4” D x 33” H, 18 3/4” H to seat

Condition Report:
Scratches and scuffs to aluminum, discolorations and oxidization to base.  Original blue upholstery with some fading and discolorations/stains.