Charles Eames Chair&Ottoman Original 1956 Herman Miller

Charles Eames 670 Lounge Chair & Ottoman Herman Miller

It's beautiful, rich and comfortable...and it's why they are so classic and highly desired.

This is AUTHENTIC and will fit perfectly into someone doing Eames...

About these classic chairs...

The chair is composed of three curved plywood shells. The shells are made with several thin layers of wood veneer glued together and shaped under heat and pressure. The chair has very elegant proportions. The shells and the seat cushions are essentially the same shape: composed of two curved forms interlock to form a solid mass. The chair back and headrest are identical in proportion, as are the seat and the Ottoman. The Eames constantly made use of new materials. The couple's first plywood chair - this chair made use of a heavy rubber washer glued to the backrest of the chair and screwed to the lumbar support. These washers, which have come to be called 'shock mounts', allow the backrest to flex slightly. This technology was brought back in the 670 Lounge chair. The backrest and headrest are screwed together by a pair of aluminum supports. This unit is suspended on the seat via two connection points in the armrests. The armrests are screwed to shock mounts on the interior of the backrest shell, allowing the backrest and headrest to flex when the chair
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