United States, 1970s This set of high-back dining chairs by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin contrasts the sleek lines of chrome frames with the warmth and comfort of cane set into slightly arched backs. All eight chairs are upholstered in
United States, 1950s Edward Wormley designed this set of dining chairs, six side and two armchairs (model numbers 5606 & 5607), for Dunbar’s Janus line. The sculpted mahogany chairs feature square caned backs and brass H-stretchers. The height of the
Denmark, 1950s These dining chairs, model W2, were designed by Hans Wegner and manufactured by C.M. Madsens. The oak frames feature an elegant curved back and gently tapered legs, and the seats are upholstered in beige textile. Manufacturer’s mark on
Italy, 20th century Set of two 413 Cab armchairs and four 412 Cab armless dining chairs. The Cab Chair by Mario Bellini is widely recognized as one of the more significant chair designs of the twentieth century. A version of
USA, 1950s This set of dining chairs was designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. They feature mahogany frames with caned backs and quilted upholstered seats. The set includes four side chairs and two armchairs. The armchairs are 22″ wide, and
Italy, 1970s These striking dining chairs feature chrome frames, vinyl seats, and lucite and plastic backs.
Italy, 2001 These dining chairs were designed by Paolo Piva and manufactured by B&B Italia. They are upholstered entirely in black leather. The seat backs are joined to the base with chrome tubing, which allows for some give and provides
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.
Denmark, 1960s This set of six dining chairs by Niels Moller is composed of solid rosewood, ladder-back frames with seats that feature the original vintage upholstery.
Germany, 2006 This set includes one “EM” dining table and four standard dining chairs with black legs and natural oak seats. Designed in 1950 by Jean Prouvé, these items have been classics of design for over 60 years. The chairs
USA, 1990s This set of four chairs, designed in 1957 by Eero Saarinen, features tubular steel legs with seats that were previously reupholstered in Knoll textile.
USA, 1970s This set of chairs is in the style of Pace and Milo Baughman. The chair is constructed of a curved chrome frame with a cantilevered seat that is upholstered in beige vinyl.
USA, 1950s Designed by Paul McCobb for Winchendon’s popular Planner Group line, these dining chairs feature clean lines with a sculpted back and tapered legs.
Denmark, 1950s This teak dining set by Hans Wegner is both beautiful and functional. Two 19.5″ extension leaves slide under the table top when not in use. The chairs measure 20 in. W x 15 in. D x 32.5 in.
USA, 1950s This chair by Russel Wright for Conant Ball is inspired by the classic American Windsor chair and is constructed of solid maple. Three available.
USA, 1970s Designed by William Doezema, a cofounder of Mastercraft, this striking set includes two armchairs and four armless dining chairs. The chairs are constructed of beautiful dark amboyna burlwood with subtle brass inlay and are upholstered in an off-white
Denmark, 1960s This dining set by Arne Vodder comprises a beautiful rosewood table and six sculptural T-back chairs. The table has a unique angled base and comes with a 19.5 in. leaf that expands the round top into an oval.
Denmark, 1960s These charming dining chairs by Kai Kristiansen are constructed of teak frames, which feature a unique “Z” construction, and upholstered seats and backs. The backs of these chairs swivel slightly.
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
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, 1960s These dining chairs by Harry Ostergaard feature exceptional clean lines and are constructed of solid rosewood with upholstered seats.
Denmark, 1960s This CH-29′s unusual construction makes it as sturdy as any traditional chair but with fewer parts. This design allows for the seat to be wider in the front, which along with the heavily curved back made the chair
Italy, 2001 Designed by Antonio Citterio in 1999, the Solo chair model S47 is intended to be a fusion of traditional comfort and modern design. These chairs feature a buttery cream leather seat on a sleek aluminum frame. A total
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.
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.
USA, 1950s Paul McCobb designed these eye-catching dining chairs as part of his Planner Group for Winchendon. Spindle backs and shovel-shaped seats in solid maple are held within an iron frame.
USA, 1950s Each of these classic chairs has arms making a unique set.
USA, 1950s This set of chairs was designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. They are constructed of mahogany and feature upholstered seats and backs.
USA, 1950s Set of six solid mahogany dining chairs by John Widdicomb, with original label on underside. Frames have been expertly refinished; seats were previously reupholstered and are in excellent condition.
United States, 1960s This X-base dining chair by Harvey Probber features a stationary design that mimics a Campaign style chair. The removable headrests hang from a brass rod at the top that links the slatted frames and complements the dark
USA, 1950′s This set of dining chairs is composed of two end chairs and four side chairs. Each chair features a large upholstered seat and a caning seat back. The armchairs feature caning in the interior of the arms, as
Denmark, 1950′s This set of six dining chairs by Johannes Andersen are constructed in solid rosewood and feature a simple yet elegant silhouette. The seats are upholstered in moss green suede upholstery that compliments the tone of the rosewood.
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
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, 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, 1970′s 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 This set of two armchairs and six armless chairs has been reupholstered once, and the legs have been stained slightly darker. The textile is in excellent shape, so these chairs could either be professionally cleaned or reupholstered.
Denmark, 1958 This exquisite dining set features a beautiful rosewood grain. The chairs are considered of the best Danish chairs of their time. Including 2 19″ leaves, one which folds in half and stores under the table.
USA, 1950′s This unique octagonal dining table has a graceful arched design. This suite was featured in House Beautiful in May of 1956 as part of an article on the new era of Romanticism, which included quotes from T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings.
Shown with 60″ glass dining table by Pace with chrome and granite base.
USA, 1950′s This beautiful dining set has been expertly refinished and the six chairs are newly reupholstered in Knoll textile. Marked with metal labels. The table has two 15″ leaves, which allow the length to extend from 60.25″ to 90.25″.
Italy, 1980′s Set of 10 tubular chrome and blue leather chairs by Matteo Grassi.
Denmark, 1960′s Beautiful set of 6 rosewood dining chairs by Arne Vodder.
USA, 1980′s This set of ten Brno chairs have beautiful stainless steel frames which are in excellent condition. The textile needs to be replaced.
Haiti, 1984 2 arm chairs and 4 armless chairs by Harvey Probber. Textile is in excellent condition. The armchairs measure 21″1/4W x 20″D x 35″H.
Denmark, 1960′s The unusual construction of Wegner’s CH_29 Wegner makes this chair as sturdy as any traditional chair but using fewer parts. This design allows for the seat to be wider in the front, which along with the heavily curved
USA, 1950′s This set of 4 dining chairs by George Nelson for Herman Miller have been newly re-upholstered in Knoll cuddlecloth textile in Moss green. Ebonized wooden frames.
USA, 1970′s Elegant high-back dining chairs with hexagonal seats.
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 set of six dining chairs by Edward Wormley are as comfortable as they are stylish. The upholstery is in very good condition.
Denmark, 1960′s This dining set by Arne Vodder is in excellent condition. The beautiful rosewood table has a unique base and comes with a 19.75″ leaf. Matching set of six T-back chairs newly upholstered in black leather.
France, 1980′s This unique ash wood and glass octagonal table was awarded a prize for the beauty of its angles and materials from the jury of “Grand Prix de la Critique du Meuble Contemporain”. Resting on rectilinear framework with beveled
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.