Pair Cherner Bernardo Plycraft Rare Eames Era Chairs

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 29,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

I am proud to offer a pair of rare Bernardo, designed by Cherner I believe, chairs from the prime of the Eames era. What a super look!. I researched these online and failed to find these chairs with chrome legs, as I am offering. THIS AUCTION IS FOR TWO OF THESE CHAIRS AS PICTURED. They are marked Bernardo Plycraft although as the pictures show, one of the labels especially is mostly missing.

According to research, The Cherner chair is a classic Mid-Century Modern design created in 1957-58 by Norman Cherner (1920-1987). Cherner worked on the design with Paul Goldman, the owner of Plycraft, to create a chair that could be manufactured at a reasonable cost. This chair--the matching armchair--was made for only a short time because it was too expensive.
These chairs measure about 30 inches high and 16 inches wide; the chrome legs are about 17 inches high.

The chairs are in very good to excellent structural condition; they are studry and strong with no cracks chips or breaks. You can see from the pictures that the two of slightly differing tones. These are the way I found the chairs; someone may have put some cream on one of them along the way. Bid that way.

Pay by Paypal, Bidpay, money order or check (needs to clear). I will need to purchase custom boxes or possible one box. I am estimating total shipping at up to $100 within the continental US. I do not profit from shipping and add no handling charges' you will pay acyual costs only

NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING, PLEASE UNLESS YOU HAVE A COMPELLING STORY.

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