Italy, 1980s Created by Mario Bellini for Cassina in the early 1980s, these handsome 415 Cab armchairs exemplify fine Italian design, with their enameled steel frames entirely covered in black saddle-stitched leather. Perfect for lounging. The impressed Cassina mark appears
United States, 1950s Designed by Adrian Pearsall and manufactured by his company Craft Associates, this cane-back lounge chair is as comfortable as it is stylish. The contoured legs and scooped armrests of the walnut frame create a wonderful low-slung organic
Denmark, 1950s Designed in 1949 by Hans Wegner and known simply as “The Chair,” model 501 features an oak frame with an elegant caned seat and cane-wrapped back. The chair is stamped with the manufacturer’s mark for Johannes Hansen on
Denmark, 1960s Designed by Arne Vodder and manufactured by Sibast, these armchairs, model #341, feature solid rosewood frames with black leather upholstery.
Czech Republic, 1990s Lightweight and comfortable, this classic armchair from Thonet has a cane seat and a bentwood frame of solid beech, with both the armrest and the backrest and back legs moulded from a single piece. A favourite of
United States, 1941-1960 This Jens Risom armchair, model 652 U1/2, was produced from 1941 to 1960. The birch frame has been expertly refinished; the upholstery is original and in excellent condition.
Denmark, 1960s This classic high back lounge chair by Hans Wegner features a teak frame, wide paddle arms, and beige cushions. It is in all original condition.
Sweden, 1950s Designed by Folke Ohlsson for the Swedish manufacturer Dux, this lounge chair offers a supremely comfortable seat within an exposed teak frame. The chair was previously reupholstered.
Denmark, 1960s This stately armchair is designed in the style of Danish designer Borge Mogensen. It features wood legs and brown leather upholstery.
Denmark, 1960s Poul Kjærholm designed the PK11 chair in 1957 as a matching companion to the PK51 worktable from the same year. The PK11 is a complex and beautiful modern chair carried by a three-legged satin-brushed stainless steel frame with
1970s From a design by Anton Lorenz, these Thonet armchairs set deeply contoured barrel-back seats within tubular chrome cantilevered frames.
Denmark, 1950s The classic CH-28 armchair, designed by Hans Wegner in 1951, was one of the first five designs he created for Carl Hansen & Søn. These sawback armchairs are upholstered in the original wool textile and their frames have
Italy, 20th century This pair of chairs was designed by Vico Magistretti for Cassina’s Maralunga Series in 1973. In 1979, the series won Italy’s Compasso D’Oro award for industrial design. The chairs feature very comfortable seats with an adjustable backrest
Denmark, 1957 The papa bear chair, a modern interpretation of the classic easy chair, was designed in 1950 by Hans Wegner and manufactured by A.P. Stolen. This chair was purchased in 1957. The ottoman measures 27.5″W 16″D x 15.5″H.
Sweden, 1930s The Eva Chair by Bruno Mathsson is composed of a cotton webbing seat on a serpentine birch frame. This example was restrapped with vintage cotton webbing and also also features a custom leather cover.
Sweden, 1950s This chair was designed by Folke Ohlsson and manufactured by Dux. It features a teak frame and a very comfortable seat, which has been newly reupholstered in Knoll’s Cuddlecloth in Torch. Two available, price per piece.
Italy, 1990s These iconic armchairs were designed in 1966 by Warren Platner and were manufactured by Knoll. They are constructed of nickel-plated steel wire rod and are upholstered in Knoll’s Luxe textile Stirling in Guild.
Denmark, 1950s This vibrant lounge chair, designed by Hans Wegner, features a boxy seat on cylindrical stainless steel legs. It is newly upholstered in Maharam’s Hallingdal by Kvadrat: 590.
Sweden, 1942 This chair is composed a bent wood frame and a cotton webbing seat. It was designed by Gustav Axel Berg, a significant influence of Bruno Mathsson. The chair has been newly restrapped with vintage cotton webbing.
USA, 1950s This pair of chairs was designed by Edward Wormley and manufactured by Dunbar. They features expertly refinished walnut frames with seats that have been newly reupholstered in supple brown leather.
USA, 1950s This rare armchair, model 4774, was designed by George Nelson and manufactured by Herman Miller. It features an open ebonized birch frame and an upholstered seat and back. The chair has been expertly refinished and newly reupholstered in
Denmark, 1940s This rare rocking chair was designed in 1942 by Hans Wegner and produced by Mikael Laursen. With its gently curving back, the chair showcases Wegner’s elegant approach to modern design. This chair has been reupholstered in rich brown
USA, 1950s This armchair, model 1209C, was designed by Adrian Pearsall and manufactured by Craft Associates. It features a sculptural walnut frame in original condition with cushions that have been reupholstered in Knoll textile (Venue: Tabby).
Europe, 1930s This pair of European club chairs are strong examples of art deco moderne. Their large curvaceous sides in ebonized wood frame generous, comfortable seats. They are very solid and in excellent structural condition. They will need to be
Italy, 20th century Designed by Le Corbusier in 1928, this modern club chair is composed of a chrome frame and four black leather cushions. Manufactured by Cassina.
Denmark, 1950s This rare lounge chair is upholstered in blue textile. The frame is able to be completely disassembled without any tools.
USA, 1940s These armchairs were manufactured by Shaw Walker in Michigan. They feature an aluminum frame with wood arms, front legs, and back, as well as an upholstered leather seat.
USA, 1950s This elegant armchair, model U-430, by Jens Risom features a walnut frame with a low profile. Originally “designed for quick change” with a concealed snap-fastened back cushion, it has been newly reupholstered in a vintage textile.
Finland, 20th century Designed by Alvar Aalto in 1939, this armchair is known as the Pension chair. It is composed of a cantilevered birch plywood frame and a linen webbed seat.
USA, 1960s This pair of chairs was designed by Jack Cartwright. They feature tufted seats that are upholstered in black wool and aluminum legs.
USA, 1956 One of George Nelson’s rarest chairs, the kangaroo chair was only produced for a few years in very limited numbers. This example has been beautifully restored in two-tone upholstery.
Denmark, 1950s This armchair by Hans Wegner for GETAMA, known as the cigar chair, features a solid oak frame with original spring cushions and upholstery.
Italy, 1970s Giovanni Offredi designed these comfortable lounge chairs as part of his Onda Series for Saporiti. The seat floats wavelike above sturdy chrome legs. These chairs have been expertly reupholstered in black leather and Knoll’s Cuddle textile.
Denmark, 1950s This chair, designed in 1949 and known as the Colonial chair, was inspired by Ole Wanscher’s interest in 18th century English furniture. This example is composed of light mahogany and blue cushions.
Denmark, 1950s This exceptional chair features an exaggerated wingback silhouette and elegant curved arms. It is upholstered in rich gold velvet that is in excellent condition.
Denmark, 1960s This pair of armchairs was designed by Grete Jalk and manufactured by Cado. They features exposed teak frames with wide, comfortable seats and the original striped upholstery.
Denmark, 1960s This armchair by Hans Wegner for Getama, known as the cigar chair, features a solid oak frame with original spring cushions and upholstery. Corresponding sofa also available.
Denmark, 20th Century Designed in 1950, these lovely easy, CH-25 chairs are simply but beautifully constructed of oak and paper cord.
Sweden, 1950s This wonderful highback lounge chair was designed in Sweden in the 1950s. Carved oak arms and legs contrast with the substantial seat and exuberant back, which are upholstered in a striped black and green textile with metal rivets
Denmark, 1960s These armchairs, designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen, feature open walnut frames and newly upholstered off-white striped seats. Each chair has two casters to facilitate mobility.
Sweden, 1960s This teak-framed armchair and ottoman is attributed to Dux of Sweden. Recently reupholstered in a soft, taupe textile, it features a very comfortable seat with headrest. The ottoman measures 23″ W x 17.5″ D x 15″ H.
USA, 1980s Florence Knoll designed her classic tuxedo chair in 1954. The elegant proportions and tailored lines of the chrome frame are set off by Knoll’s Rivington textile in the Sunflower.
USA, 1970s This club chair is in the style of Milo Baughman. It features a square chrome frame with a gently curved seat that is upholstered in off-white textile.
Denmark, 1950s The classic CH-28 armchair was designed by Hans Wegner in 1951 and was one of the first five designs he created for Carl Hansen & Son. This Sawback armchair is upholstered in original textile and is extremely comfortable.
Denmark, 1970s This chair was designed by Hans Wegner and manufactured by Getama. It is constructed of a stained oak frame and features the original upholstery. The headrest is attached to the chair back with leather straps.
Denmark, 1960s This stylish suite, designed by Illum Wikkelsø and manufactured by CFC Silkeborg, comprises a settee and two armchairs. Original fabric cushions tie onto sleek mahogany frames with a ladder-back design. The armchairs measure 28″ W x 24″ D
Denmark, 1950s This pair of armchairs was designed by Finn Juhl and manufactured by France & Daverkosen. They feature a teak frame with elegantly curved arms and foam cushion seats.
Denmark, 1950s This chair was designed by Hans Wegner in 1951 and manufactured by AP Stolen. It is composed of an oak frame with dark grey leather upholstery. The leather is well-aged with a beautiful texture and patina.
Denmark, 1960s This living room set was designed by Ole Wanscher and includes one sofa and two chairs. All items are constructed of a dark mahogany frame and feature the original textile. This set should be refinished and reupholstered. The
This elegant easy chair has been expertly reupholstered in grey Maharam Hallingdal textile.
Denmark, 1960s The Keyhole rocker was designed in 1967 by Hans Wegner for Getama. This example features an oak frame in excellent original condition, the original canvas seat, and a new leather headrest bolster.
Denmark, 1960s The iconic Papa Bear chair by Hans Wegner. Upholstery services available upon request.
Unknown, 1950s This armchair features a deep seat with a high, slightly winged back and dramatic wood arms and legs. It features original upholstery and a refinished frame.
Unknown, c. 1970s These unique chairs are constructed entirely of fiberglass with a white exterior and black underside. The large seats feature drains that allow for easy outdoor use.
Denmark, 1950s Designed in 1950 by Hans Wegner, this lovely armchair is simply but beautifully constructed of oak and paper cord.
USA. 2008 Designed in 1956 by Eero Saarinen, the tulip chair and table were awarded the Museum of Modern Art award in 1969, and they remains icons of American modernism to this day. This set includes a 36″ round white
Denmark, 1950s This lounge chair, designed by Hans Wegner, is upholstered in buttery, burgundy leather and features a boxy seat on cylindrical stainless steel legs.
Denmark, 1960s Unique angular Danish armchair with ebonized wood accents.
Denmark, 1950s This wingback chair is upholstered in tobacco brown leather and is supported by cylindrical solid rosewood legs. The chair has aged well and features a rich patina and beautiful wear to the leather.
USA, 1950s Inspired by traditional American furniture, this armchair by Paul McCobb is both highly stylized and understated.
United States, 1950s This walnut armchair is classic Jens Risom: stylish, comfortable, and high quality. Low and wide, with angled armrests, the proportions are well considered. The seat and snap-on back rest are upholstered in a knubby Knoll textile.
Denmark, 1960s Finn Juhl designed this lounge chair, known as the Bwana Chair, in 1962. Its teak frame cradles a comfortable seat upholstered in rich olive leather. This chair is a very early production, with stamps on the frame.
Sweden, 1930s The Eva Chair by Bruno Mathsson is composed of a cotton webbing seat on a serpentine birch frame. This beauty of this example is enhanced by its patina from many years of use. This chair also features a
Denmark, 1950s This armchair is a modern take on the traditional wingback. It features all original upholstery and tapered teak legs.
USA, 1993 This exquisite sculptural chair won Time Magazine’s award for best design 1992. This example was produced in 1993 and is signed and dated. Though this chair is still in production, the black has been discontinued.
Denmark, 1950s This chair, designed in 1949 and known as the Colonial chair, was inspired by Ole Wanscher’s interest in 18th century English furniture. This example is composed of solid rosewood with black leather cushions.
Denmark, 1950s This armchair features a deep seat with a high, slightly winged back and oak arms and legs. It is in excellent, all original condition.
Denmark, 1960s Designed in 1969 in collaboration with PP Møbler, the PP 203 chair is composed of an oak frame with an elegant rosewood inlay and a natural paper cord seat.
United States, 1950s Edward Wormley designed this deeply comfortable armchair for Dunbar. The boxy leather-clad seat rests on a slender rectilinear frame of mahogany. The chair has been upholstered in a beautiful warm red leather. One available.
Finland, circa 2000 Designed by Tateishi Shoji in the 1950s, this lounge chair balances oak and walnut in a clean, modern silhouette. Its detachable cushion and headrest provide a very comfortable seat. Ottoman measures 19.5″ W x 14.25″ D x
Sweden, 1999 Still very popular in Sweden and voted “Best Swedish furniture of the 20th century”, this classic has been in continuous production since its creation in 1952 by Yngve Ekström, co-founder of Swedese Möbler. This pair features thick and
Denmark, 1993 Designed by Borge Mogensen and manufactured by Svend Skipper, this stately leather armchair features a very comfortable seat and rich leather upholstery.
Denmark, 1950s Designed in 1950, these lovely easy chairs are simply but beautifully constructed of oiled oak and paper cord.
Finland, 1990s Alvar Aalto designed this classic armchair in 1947 and it remains a sought-after example of his uniquely functional aesthetic. A solid laminated birch frame supports the white linen webbing that forms a durable but comfortable seat and back.
Denmark, 1950 This sleek armchair, designed by Hans Wegner for Getama in 1950, is newly reupholstered in Knoll classic boucle. Signed on underside with manufacturer’s mark.
Denmark, 1957-1958 This pair of Swan chairs is a rare example of early production and features the original serial numbers on their bases (numbered 165 and 1264). The frames are in excellent condition, and the seats can be reupholstered in
USA, 1950s Pair of geometric cream fiberglass armchairs by Paul McCobb with metal base.
Denmark, 1950s This very comfortable set includes an armchair by Fritz Hansen and an ottoman by ottoman Hans Olson. The two items are each in rich black leather on rosewood legs and pair perfectly together. The ottoman measures 24″ W
USA, 1950s Each of these classic chairs has arms making a unique set.
USA, 1950s This classic tuxedo style armchair is beautifully reupholstered in Knoll textile. Very comfortable, it has a down-filled back cushion.
USA, 1950s Elegant and classic early design by Edward Wormley.
Norway, 1959 This armchair was designed by Sven Ivar Dysthe for for Dokka Mobler in Norway. It is composed of a chrome frame with solid rosewood arms and stretchers. The chair has been reupholstered in Knoll textile in Field Day,
Denmark, 1950s Designed in 1951 by Hans Wegner, this armchair features an oak frame and the original red wool upholstery.
Denmark, 1960s This set of four chairs by Arne Vodder for Sibast features solid rosewood frames with black leather cushioned seats.
USA, 1950s These armchairs feature a distinctly 1950s silhouette with tapered black metal legs. They have been newly reupholstered in a soft blue microfiber with contrasting black piping.
Denmark, 1960s This Papa Bear chair by Hans Wegner was reupholstered previously in light grey wool and is in excellent vintage condition.
Denmark, 1960s This pair of armchairs is upholstered in two-tone black and cream fabric. Matching sofa also available.
Denmark, 1957 This unique high-back armchair features original two-tone upholstery in black and oat on a partially exposed solid oak frame.
Denmark, 1960s This armchair by Hans Wegner for Getama, known as the cigar chair, features a solid oak frame with original spring cushions and upholstery.
Sweden, 1960s Comfortable lounge chair and ottoman by Arne Norell features original leather cushions that strap onto beechwood frame. Label intact. Ottoman measures 30.5″ W x 22″ D x 16″ H
Denmark, 1960s This Papa Bear chair and ottoman by Hans Wegner is in original condition with teal wool upholstery. The ottoman measures 27.5″W 16″D x 15.5″H.
Denmark, 1947 This iconic design, an exaggerated take on the classic Windsor chair, is Hans Wegner’s first well-known piece. Signed with manufacturer’s mark on underside of seat.
USA, 1970s This armchair by Florence Knoll is upholstered in the original rust-colored mohair. Coordinating sofa is also available.
Denmark, 1950 This sleek armchair, designed by Hans Wegner for Getama in 1950, is newly reupholstered in supple black leather.
Finland, 1975 Designed in 1947, this chair is composed of a laminated birch frame, rattan wrapped arms, and linen webbing seat and seat back. Comfortable, durable, and practical, this chair is highly representive of Alvar Aalto’s unique aesthetic.
USA, 1970′s Cube-shaped club chair by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin with vibrant blue vinyl upholstery and brilliant chrome frame.
USA, 1950′s Small armchair with walnut base by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. Newly reupholstered in Knoll textile “Mariner” in black.
Denmark, 1970′s This pair of armchairs and ottoman are upholstered in a warm orange leather. Ottoman measures 24″L x 16.5″W x 17″H.
USA, 1950s Pair of geometric grey fiberglass armchairs by Paul McCobb with metal base.
Sweden, 1960′s This comfortable low lounge chair is constructed of solid rosewood with original black leather. Ottoman measures 23″ square x 14.5″H
USA, 1960′s This armchair was designed by Warren Platner in 1962. In 1966, Platner was the recipient of the American Institute of Architects International Award, which honored his contributions to the industry. This impeccable example of Warren Platner’s classic design
Denmark, 1950′s This comfortable armchair was designed by Alf Svensson in 1957 and was manufactured by Fritz Hansen. Known as the Contour chair, it can be adjusted to one of two positions (see images #3 and #4). It is in
Denmark, 1950′s This armchair by Illum Wikkelsø was manufactured in Denmark by Carl Hansen & Son. Its unique curved arms enhance the clean lines of the chair and provide for a very comfortable seat. It is newly reupholstered in Knoll
Denmark, 1950′s Designed in 1950, these lovely easy chairs are simply but beautifully constructed of oiled oak and paper cord.
Denmark, 1950′s This Danish armchair has been newly reupholstered in Knoll Textile “Classic Boucle” in Flax. Its curved back connotes the silhouette of a traditional wingback chair, yet its dramatic swooping arms give it a modern touch.
Denmark, 1950′s Beautiful chair in excellent condition.
Denmark, 1951 The classic CH-28 armchair was designed by Hans Wegner in 1951 and was one of the first five designs he created for Carl Hansen & Son. This Sawbuck armchair is upholstered in original leather and is extremely comfortable.
USA, 1970s These sleek and comfortable dining chairs by Milo Baughman are in original condition and would make a stylish addition around any table.
USA, 1950′s Elegant and comfortable armchair by Jens Risom for Knoll.
USA, 1950′s The vintage textile that was used to reupholster this armchair is a perfect compliment to its design.
USA, 1950′s This handsome armchair has been expertly refurbished.
USA, 1950′s The vivid blue textile and ebonized base of this lovely chair make a make statement.
USA, 1950′s This darling pair of diminutive armchairs are ready to be upholstered in the textile of your choice.
Denmark, 1960′s This classic Hans Wegner Papa Bear chair has been expertly reupholstered in Maharam Hallingdal textile.
Denmark, 1950′s This unique grouping is comprised of a settee, “His” armchair and “Hers” armchair. Solid construction and in all-original condition. “His” chair measures 31″W x 32″D x 38″H x 17.5″ seat height. “Her” chair measures 28″W x 27″D x
USA, 1950′s These classic armchairs are very comfortable. Ready to be reupholstered in the textile of your choice.
USA, c. 1951–52 Designed by Charles Eames and manufactured by Zenith Plastics for Herman Miller, this classic shell chair is an early example with a rope edge. The original paper label is on the underside.
USA, early 1950s This first-production fiberglass shell armchair was designed by Charles Eames and produced by Zenith Plastics for Herman Miller. Paper label on the underside and steel glides on the Eiffel Tower base.
Denmark, 1960′s This stately armchair is very comfortable.
USA, 1960s This pair of 1966-45 armchairs are part of the collection that Richard Schultz designed in 1966 at the request of Florence Knoll, who wanted well-designed outdoor furnishings that would withstand the corrosive salt air at her home in
Denmark, 1960′s The wonderful Knoll textile on this chair accentuates its bold lines. Extremely comfortable.
Italy, 1970′s The geometric chrome frame adds a unique architectural and sculptural element to this striking armchair.
USA, 1930s Matching settee in contrasting textile also available.
USA, 1950′s Maple lounge chair designed by Leslie Diamond for Conant Ball. Manufacturer’s stamp on bottom.
Denmark, 1960′s This comfortable lounge chair is in the style of Hans Wegner or Arne Jacobsen.
USA, 1990s The clean lines of Richard Schultz’s polished aluminum & black leather 25L armchairs emphasize their understated design. These chairs, from the 1966 Leather Collection, are out of production. Four available. Price is per chair.
Denmark, 1960′s These pink leather chairs have a wide, comfortable seat and gently curved arms.
1950′s With a unique frame that is interesting to look at from any angle, these stately and elegant armchairs are as comfortable as they are beautiful.
USA, 1950′s This armchair has the same original textile as the Table Lounge Unit we have listed. In excellent condition with new foam. Matching coffee table and Table Lounge Unit also available.
United States, 1950s Edward Wormley designed this high-backed mahogany-framed chair, model #5961, for Dunbar, to attract from every view. The horizontal channeling and angled open arms create a deeply comfortable seat for reading or lounging. It has been upholstered in
USA, 1950′s This armchair by Edward Wormley for Dunbar is extremely comfortable. With loose cushions.
USA, 1950′s Pair of stately armchairs by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, expertly reupholstered in Knoll textile.
USA, 1970′s The original green chenile textile on this pair of arm chairs is in immaculate condition, as if no one ever sat on them. They are also very comfortable. The chrome frame reminiscent of Pace adds a unique flair.
Denmark, 1960′s This beautiful oak armchair is in all-original condition.
Denmark, 1950′s This striking chair is beautifully upholstered in red faux-suede and is very comfortable.
USA, 1950s This stylish armchair, designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, has strong, clean lines and a comfortable seat. It has been expertly reupholstered in Knoll’s Sequin CR textile (color: mango).
Denmark, 1959 Original and beautiful lines. The overall impression of this chair is forceful, yet it also has excellent details.
Australia, 1950′s This armchair by NAMCO furniture is in all original condition and is an interpretation of a classic design by Warren McArthur. McArthur’s iconic designs represent the glamour of 1930′s art deco. His aluminum furniture, which he registered several
Denmark, 1963 This beautiful armchair by Finn Juhl is as comfortable as it is elegant.
Denmark, 1950′s Stately and extremely comfortable arm chair.
USA, 1960′s This beautiful armchair by John Widdicomb features a playful cream and orange color scheme. With original striped velvet textile.
USA, 1950s Edward Wormley designed this armchair for Dunbar with a mahogany frame whose back pivots for greater comfort. It has been expertly reupholstered in Knoll’s Sequin CR textile (color: mango).
Denmark, 1950′s Beautiful high back armchair with a unique curved silhouette. Expertly reupholstered.
USA, 1950′s This stunning armchair in the style of Vladimir Kagan is in wonderful, completely original condition. The black leather has a beautiful patina and the graceful curving frame makes this chair a piece of art. Manufacturer label March 1959.
1990s Josef Hoffmann designed these high-backed lounge chairs for the Koller House in 1911. This gorgeous pair are a later production upholstered in Knoll’s Mariner textile in grey. Contrasting red velvet piping highlights the elegant curves of the chairs.
Denmark, 1950′s This comfortable lounge armchair by Dux has been expertly reupholstered in contrasting red and charcoal grey Knoll Cuddlecloth. With its unique shape and striking angled back legs, this chair makes a wonderful focal point in any setting.
Denmark, 1960′s This Papa Bear chair and ottoman by Hans Wegner is in excellent all-original condition with charcoal grey wool upholstery.