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 This rarely seen dining chair set — two armchairs and four side chairs — by Paul McCobb for H. Sacks features generous curved cane backs on mahogany frames with tapered legs. The side chairs are 18 inches
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
United States, 1950s Edward Wormley designed these handsome leather and walnut dining chairs (Model 675) for Dunbar in the 1950s. Their frames have expertly refinished to bring out the beauty of the walnut grain and the seats and backs have
USA, 1950s This Modernmates dining set by Leslie Diamond features a drop-leaf table and four chairs. Each leaf measures 24.5″ D. When the table is closed, it measures 42″ W x 18″ D x 30.5″ H. The chairs each measure
USA, 1950s Part of Paul McCobb’s Irwin Group Collection for Calvin Furniture, this dining suite features a dining table whose walnut top perches on slim angled aluminium legs, and six sculptural walnut chairs (four side chairs and two armchairs) whose bowtie
USA, 1980s 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. This set of eight was manufactured in the 1980s and features a tubular
Denmark, 1960s This set of six chairs by Harry Ostergaard features crescent-shaped rosewood backs and original upholstered seats.
USA, 1950s The most elegant dining set by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb, this set features a large, saber leg dining table and six saber leg chairs (two armchairs and four side chairs). The table features two leaves, each measuring 18″
Denmark, 1960′s This set of six dining chairs are upholstered in the original striped textile.
USA, 1935 This set of six armless chairs and two armchairs were designed by Russel Wright for the Conant Ball “Modernmates Collection” Series. They need to be reupholstered which gives an opportunity to use the textile of your choice.
Denmark, 1950′s These lovely chairs are extremely comfortable and elegant. Beautiful rosewood grain.
USA, 1950′s Two armchairs and four armless chairs by Jens Risom. The classic design makes these chairs timeless. Textile is in excellent condition.
Denmark, 1960′s Beautiful set of eight dining chairs with original blue wool textile.
USA, 1970′s These four dining chairs by Mariani for Pace are upholstered in warm orange leather.
1970′s Set of four dining chairs by Saporiti Italia upholstered in tan leather.
Denmark, 1960′s This set of six dining chairs are upholstered with the original striped wool textile, which is in very good condition.
Denmark, 1960′s This set of 6 solid rosewood chairs have the original blue textile, so they are ready to reupholster in the fabric of your choice.
USA, 1950′s Beautiful set of dining chairs with classic Planner Group tapered legs.