~2 EAMES LCW MOLDED PLYWOOD LOUNGE CHAIRS, EXC COND!!!~

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I can't Realistically lower these prices, so please bid now.
You Ultra-Modern GO-MOD Design Addicts are looking at an Original Pair of ~~"2-EAMES MOLDED PLYWOOD LOUNGE CHAIRS (LCW)!!!"~~
GREAT CONDITION, NOW 70% OFF PURCHASE PRICE
c.2000 by Charles & Ray Eames, for Herman Miller.
Priced Today at $750.00/USD each, $1500.00 USD/pair.

CONDITION REPORT:
This auction is for "2" Original Herman Miller "LABELED" Molded Plywood LCW Lounge Chair productions, in Red-Stained Ash Wood. Both Chairs are in EXCELLENT Structural & Physical Condition. On a scale of 1 to 10; 10 being highest, these chairs are Solid 9.0 and 9.5. Only very very very very minimal surface cosmetic wear to outer edges of seat pans (red paint is missing in just a few tiny hairlines along seat edges, and 1 chair has a small faint scratch in the seat pan). This can be seen in the photos below). T is no edge damage or any kind of damage at all anyw on these chairs. Herman Miller sells the matching touch up paint which can be spot-applied very easily with a brush. You really couldn't ask for a better pair of these chairs in the 2nd-hand realm. You will be incredibly happy with these.

is your chance to own one of the Museum of Modern Art's (MoMA

Chair Dimensions:
26.5"H x 22"W x 24.25"D

White LCW Chair is No-Longer Available, sorry.

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About Charles & Ray Eames
Husband-and-wife design team Charles (1907-1978) and Ray (1912-1988) Eames were among the most influential designers of the twentieth century. Their landmark contributions include furniture, architecture,film, and graphics. They were pioneers in the molding of plywood, which was developed from their experiments and projects for the U.S. Navy during World War II. Their association with the Museum goes back to 1940, with a joint entry with Eero Saarinen in the MoMA competition "Organic Design in Home Furnishings." Since then nearly 100 examples of their work have entered the Museum's design collection.

About HERMAN MILLER:
Herman Miller, Inc. manufacturers the among the finest furniture of the day (to original specifications), by such important designers as: Alvar Aalto, Bill Stumpf, Bruce Burdick, Carol Catalano, Charles & Ray Eames, Don Chadwick, Eric Chan, Geoff Hollington, George Nelson, Isamu Noguchi, Jack Kelley, Jeff Weber, Kurt Meinecke, Mark Goetz, Richard Holbrook, Robert Propst, Studio 7.5, Tom Newhouse, and Yves Behar.

Herman Miller, Inc., is one of the leading manufacturers of office furniture and furniture systems, second only to Steelcase in sales. Ranked since 1986 among the top ten in Fortune magazine's annual list of the 500 most admired companies, Herman Miller is esteemed as an innovator in furniture design, as well as for its unique commitment to employee relations and the environment. The company maintains operations in 35 countries.

Herman Miller was founded by D. J. De Pree, who bought the Michigan Star Furniture Company in 1923 with his father-in-law, Herman Miller, and a small group of local businessmen. The company was located in Zeeland, a town in western Michigan near the city of Grand Rapids. Settled primarily by Dutch immigrants, many of whom handed down a legacy of skill in crafting fine furniture, Grand Rapids and its surrounding areas had by the turn of the century become a hub for American furniture production. Nevertheless, the industry suffered fro...

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