United States, 1960s This set of Classic Arthur Umanoff bar stools, manufactured by Shaver Howard and distributed by Raymor, features wrought iron frames and curved slatted seats in walnut. The quirky sculptural back rests are wrapped in paper cord.
United States, 1990s This unusual chair has been fabricated from ten continuous strips of bent laminated maple strengthened with three horizontal dowels.
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
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
1970s From a design by Anton Lorenz, these Thonet armchairs set deeply contoured barrel-back seats within tubular chrome cantilevered frames.
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.
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, 1970s Designed in 1955, this lounge chair is very comfortable and features a streamlined silhouette. It is composed of a steel frame with a tufted seat that has been newly reupholstered in Knoll textile.
Hong Kong, 1960s This pair of chairs were designed in Finland by famed designer Eero Aarnio. These chairs feature a unique round design and are composed of woven wicker.
Germany, 1960s This no. 92 Scissor Chair was designed by Pierre Jeanneret and manufactured by Knoll International in Germany. It is composed of an expertly refinished birch frame with cushions that have been newly reupholstered in Knoll textile.
USA, 1950s This rare PAW Chair is constructed of a fiberglass shell seat on a swivel base with walnut dowel legs.
USA, 1960s This pair of lounge chairs by Florence Knoll feature brushed chrome bases with tufted white vinyl upholstery.
Denmark, 1953 Classic Model 250 Valet or Bachelor’s chair by Hans Wegner.
USA, 1950s Allan Gould created his classic Bow Chairs by wrapping yacht cord around a frame constructed of a black steel, resulting in a soft seat and back and strong lines.
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.
USA, 1950s An early model of a classic design, this DCW by Eames for Herman Miller is constructed out of oak plywood. It features the early oval shock mount on the back rest, and it is impressed with “DCW” on
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.
Denmark, 1993 Designed by Borge Mogensen and manufactured by Svend Skipper, this stately leather armchair features a very comfortable seat and rich leather upholstery.
USA, 1950s Pair of geometric cream fiberglass armchairs by Paul McCobb with metal base.
Italy, 1976 Mario Bellini “Amanta” chair, by B&B Italia, 1976, signed with impressed marks.
Denmark, 1960′s Jorgen Hovelskov designed the iconic Harp Chair in 1968. It is reminiscent of the bow of a Viking ship, and its flag halyard seat provides a unique optical effect.
USA, 1950′s This lovely set of four chairs is comprised of two armchairs and two side chairs. Reupholstered in butter-soft faux leather.
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.
Denmark, 1950′s This set of six classic dining chairs by Hans Wegner features classic joinery which adds beautiful detail. The paper cord on all six chairs is in very good condition.
Denmark, 1950′s Rare set of ten dining chairs by Arne Hovmand Olson.
USA, 1950′s Elegant and comfortable armchair by Jens Risom for Knoll.
Canada, 1950′s The unique cord seat and back of these chairs gives them a light airy presence while still providing comfort and support.
United States, 1960s Designed by Jens Risom in the 1940s as part of Knoll’s 666 Line, these comfortable maple side chairs feature angled seats and backrests with tufted upholstery. This large lot comes in a variety of colors, including blue,
USA, 1950s George Nelson designed his angular side chair, model #4668, for Herman Miller for use at the dining table or work desk. These contrast ebonized birch frames with soft green upholstered seats and back rests. Two available.
USA, 1950′s This elegant pair of side chairs buy Jens Risom are very comfortable. Beautifully reupholstered in luxurious Knoll Rivington textile.
USA, 1950′s This set of dining chairs are in amazing all original condition. The white vinyl is completely intact on each chair and there is no damage to the frames. An excellent find.
USA, 1960′s This pair or lounge chairs by Florence Knoll are upholstered in a undulating textile that offsets the straight and simple design.
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.
Italy, 1970′s This 414 CAB chair by Mario Bellini for Cassina is a classic and elegant design that showcases amazing leatherwork skill.
USA, 1950′s This elegant armchair by Jens Risom is beautifully reupholstered in Knoll textile.
Italy, 1950′s The unusually high backs of these marvelous chairs make a bold statement. The all-original condition of these chairs adds to their charm.
Sweden, 1940′s The signature curves of this chair are a classic Mathsson design. Original paper label on the underside.
USA, 1970′s These elegant and modern chairs swivel on a cylindrical chrome base. Soft and comfortable, they are newly upholstered in Knoll textile.
Ethiopia, Early 20th Century This African chair was hand carved from a single tree trunk. Chairs of this type were used by highland Ethiopians, largely from the highest class. This chair was likely carved sometime in the early- to mid-twentieth
USA, 1980′s Designed in Italy in 1929, this MR chair was manufactured by Knoll circa 1980.
USA, 1980′s Designed in 1930 for the Tugendhat house in Brno, Czechoslovakia, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Brno chair mirrors the groundbreaking simplicity of its original environment.
USA, 1950′s This slipper chair’s half-moon ottoman matches the curve of the chair perfectly, and the original textile is in excellent condition. The low profile and shape make this a playful piece.
Italy, 1970′s This striking chair is solidly constructed with a heavy sturdy metal frame woven in wool. With a newly reupholstered down-fill removable cushion, this lounge chair is extremely comfortable.
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, 1950′s This set of four dining chairs by Finn Juhl have been expertly refinished and reupholstered with charcoal grey Maraham Hallingdal wool textile. The elegant shape and details showcase Juhl’s signature style.
USA, 1950′s This grasshopper chair with ottoman has been expertly reupholstered in Knoll textile. Original Knoll paper label on underside.
Denmark, 1960′s This Papa Bear chair and ottoman by Hans Wegner is in excellent all-original condition with charcoal grey wool upholstery.