20th Century Modern Furniture and Accessories

Seating Lounge Chair

Sculptural Lounge Chair by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates

Sculptural Lounge Chair by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates

United States, Mid-1960s Adrian Pearsall’s lounge chair, model 705-CW, for Craft Associates rests a gently curved tufted seat between an exuberant arc of solid walnut that forms both legs and armrests. The chair has been reupholstered in Designtex’s “Lambert” fabric
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High-Back Lounge Chair, Model 314, by Paul McCobb for Directional

High-Back Lounge Chair, Model 314, by Paul McCobb for Directional

United States, Mid-1950s Paul McCobb designed this comfortable high-back lounge chair, model 314, for Directional Furniture. Its pointed wings, splayed tapering legs and wedge-shaped back cushion create a distinctive play of angles. The chair has been reupholstered in Designtex’s Adler
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Pot Lounge Chair, AP26, by Nanna Ditzel for AP Stolen

Danish Lounge Chair, in the Style of Nanna Ditzel

Denmark, mid-1950s This low easy chair has been designed in the style of Nanna Ditzel’s 1953 “Pot” chair. Poised on solid oak tapered legs, the circular frame enfolds the sitter in its embrace. The piece features soft gray suede upholstery.

Rare Leather Embossed Lounge Chair by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

Rare Leather Embossed Lounge Chair by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

United States, 1968 This rarely seen lounge chair, designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, sets a green leather-embossed vinyl sling seat into an elegant frame of ash that opposes a rectilinear base with curved arms.

Model 1209C Walnut Lounge Chair by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates

[SOLD] Model 1209C Walnut Lounge Chair by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates

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
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GE-290 Low-Back Lounge Chair by Hans Wegner for GETAMA

[SOLD]GE-290 Low-Back Lounge Chair by Hans Wegner for GETAMA

Denmark, 1950s Designed by Hans Wegner for GETAMA in 1953, this low-back lounge chair has a solid oak frame.

Scissor Chair by Pierre Jeanneret for Knoll

[SOLD] Scissor Chair by Pierre Jeanneret for Knoll

Germany, 1960s This no. 92 Scissor Chair was designed by Pierre Jeanneret and manufactured by Knoll International in Germany. It is composed of a birch frame with cushions that were previously reupholstered.

GE-290 Highback Armchair by Hans Wegner for Getama

[SOLD] GE-290 Highback Armchair by Hans Wegner for Getama

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.

Lounge Chair by Folke Ohlsson for Dux

[SOLD] Lounge Chair by Folke Ohlsson for Dux

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.

Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen

Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen

Denmark, 1960s Unveiled at the Royal Copenhagen Hotel in Denmark in 1958, the poster child of Danish design has become one of the most coveted chairs of all time. 50 years after Danish designer and architect Arne Jacobsen first created
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Pair of CH28 Armchairs by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen Son

[SOLD]Pair of CH-28 Armchairs by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Søn

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
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Maralunga Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Vico Magistretti for Cassina

Maralunga Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Vico Magistretti for Cassina

Italy, 20th century This lounge chair and ottoman were 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 lounge chair features a very comfortable seat with
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Pair of Maralunga Lounge Chairs by Vico Magistretti for Cassina

[SOLD] Pair of Maralunga Lounge Chairs by Vico Magistretti for Cassina

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
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Papa Bear Chair by Hans Wegner for AP Stolen

[SOLD] Papa Bear Chair by Hans Wegner for AP Stolen

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.  

Lounge Chair by Folke Ohlsson for Dux

[SOLD] Lounge Chair by Folke Ohlsson for Dux

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.

Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Eames for Herman Miller, Model 670:671 2

[SOLD] Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Eames for Herman Miller, Model 670/671

USA, 1970s A beautiful example of the iconic Eames lounge chair and ottoman, this chair features the classic rosewood veneer and black leather. Ottoman measures 26″ W x 22″ D x 16″ H.

Early Production Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Eames for Herman Miller

Early Production Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Eames for Herman Miller

USA, 1957 An early example of the iconic Eames lounge chair and ottoman, this collector’s item features rosewood veneer, brown leather, and down filling. Ottoman measures 26″ W x 22″ D x 16″ H.

Pair of MR Chairs by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll

Pair of MR Chairs by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll

USA, 2000s Pair of classic MR armchairs in leather.

Airport Lounge Chair by Hans Wegner

[SOLD] Airport Lounge Chair by Hans Wegner

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.

Open-Arm Lounge Chair by George Nelson for Herman Miller

Open-Arm Lounge Chair by George Nelson for Herman Miller

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
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PK22 Lounge Chair by Poul Kjaerholm for Fritz Hansen

[SOLD]PK22 Lounge Chair by Poul Kjaerholm for Fritz Hansen

Denmark, 2007 Poul Kjaerholm designed the award-winning PK22 lounge chair in 1956. This later production of his cleanly profiled chair features classic black leather on a matt chrome steel frame.

Asymmetric Lounge by Harry Bertoia for Knoll

[SOLD]Asymmetric Lounge by Harry Bertoia for Knoll

USA, 2006 Designed by Harry Bertoia in 1952, this iconic chaise longue was produced by Knoll in 2006. It is composed of a chrome wire frame with a black Classic bouclé cover.

Model 1209c Lounge Chair by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates

[SOLD] Model 1209C Lounge Chair by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates

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).

Pair of Art Deco Lounge Chairs

Pair of Ebonized Art Deco Club Chairs

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
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Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen

[SOLD] Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen

Denmark, 1960s Unveiled at the Royal Copenhagen Hotel in Denmark in 1958, the poster child of Danish design has become one of the most coveted chairs of all time. 50 years after Danish designer and architect Arne Jacobsen first created
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LC3 Grand Confort Lounge Chair by Le Corbusier

LC3 Grand Confort Lounge Chair by Le Corbusier

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.

Pair of Lounge Chairs #406 by Alvar Aalto for Artek

[SOLD] Pair of Lounge Chairs #406 by Alvar Aalto for Artek

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.

Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Eames for Herman Miller, Model 670:671

[SOLD] Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Eames for Herman Miller, Model 670/671

USA, 1998 The iconic Eames lounge chair and ottoman, this chair features walnut veneer and black leather. Ottoman measures 26″ W x 22″ D x 16″ H.  

Armless Lounge Chair by Florence Knoll

[SOLD] Armless Lounge Chair by Florence Knoll

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.

Pair of Wicker Chairs by Eero Aarnio

[SOLD] Pair of Wicker Chairs by Eero Aarnio

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.

Womb Chair and Ottoman by Saarinen for Knoll

[SOLD] Womb Chair and Ottoman by Saarinen for Knoll

USA, 1970s This Classic womb chair was reupholstered once in Knoll cuddle cloth textile. The foam and fabric are in excellent condition.

Rare Kangaroo Chair by George Nelson

[SOLD] Rare Kangaroo Chair by George Nelson

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.

Leather and Textile Onda Armchairs by Saporiti Italia

Leather and Textile Onda Lounge Chairs by Giovanni Offered for Saporiti Italia

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.

Scissor Chair by Pierre Jeanneret for Knoll

[SOLD] Scissor Chair by Pierre Jeanneret for Knoll

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.

Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Eames for Herman Miller, Model 670:671 2

[SOLD] Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Eames for Herman Miller, Model 670/671

USA, 1970s A beautiful example of the iconic Eames lounge chair and ottoman, this chair features the classic rosewood veneer and black leather. Ottoman measures 26″ W x 22″ D x 16″ H.

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[SOLD] Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Eames for Herman Miller, Model 670/671

USA, 1970s A beautiful example of the iconic Eames lounge chair and ottoman, this chair features the classic rosewood veneer and black leather. Ottoman measures 26″ W x 22″ D x 16″ H.

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[SOLD] Pair of PK 22 Lounge Chairs by Poul Kjaerholm for Fritz Hansen

Denmark, 2000 The PK22 chair was designed by Poul Kjaerholm in 1956. This pair features classic black leather on stainless steel frames.

Scandinavian Highback Armchair

[SOLD] Scandinavian Highback Armchair

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.

Pair of Armchairs by Grete Jalk for Cado

[SOLD] Pair of Armchairs by Grete Jalk for Cado

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.

Pair of GE-240 Lounge Chairs by Hans Wegner

[SOLD] Pair of GE-240 Lounge Chairs by Hans Wegner

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.

Pair of Armchairs by Hans Wegner

[SOLD] Pair of CH-25 Armchairs by Hans Wegner

Denmark, 20th Century Designed in 1950, these lovely easy, CH-25 chairs are simply but beautifully constructed of oak and paper cord.

Unique Scandinavian Highback Lounge Chair

Unique Scandinavian Highback Lounge Chair

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
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Pair of Armchairs by Ib Kofod-Larsen

[SOLD]Pair of Armchairs by Ib Kofod-Larsen

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.

Armchair and Ottoman Attributed to Dux

[SOLD]Armchair and Ottoman Attributed to Dux

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.

Club Chair by Florence Knoll

[SOLD]Chrome-framed Lounge Chair by Florence Knoll

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.

Chrome Frame Club Chair after Pace

Chrome Frame Club Chair after Pace

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.

CH-28 Sawback Easy Chair by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son

[SOLD] CH-28 Sawback Easy Chair by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son

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.

Zebra LCM Chair by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller

[SOLD] Zebra LCM Chair by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller

USA, 1960s This LCM is a rare Zebra production for Herman Miller.

Pair of Lounge Chairs by Florence Knoll

Pair of Lounge Chairs by Florence Knoll

USA, 1960s This pair of lounge chairs by Florence Knoll feature brushed chrome bases with tufted white vinyl upholstery.

Rosewood LCM Lounge Chairs by Eames for Herman Miller

[SOLD] Rosewood LCM Lounge Chairs by Eames for Herman Miller

USA, 1960s This pair of LCM lounge chairs by Eames for Herman Miller is constructed of rare rosewood that showcases the stunning grain of the wood.

Pair of 133 Armchairs by Finn Juhl, Manufactured by France & Daverkosen

[SOLD] Pair of 133 Armchairs by Finn Juhl, Manufactured by France & Daverkosen

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.

AP-16 Highback Leather Armchair by Hans Wegner for A.P. Stolen

[SOLD] AP-16 Highback Leather Armchair by Hans Wegner for A.P. Stolen

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.

Papa Bear Chair by Hans Wegner 2

[SOLD] Papa Bear Chair by Hans Wegner

Denmark, 1960s The iconic Papa Bear chair by Hans Wegner. Upholstery services available upon request.

CH-25 Armchair by Hans Wegner

[SOLD] CH-25 Armchair by Hans Wegner

Denmark, 1950s Designed in 1950 by Hans Wegner, this lovely armchair is simply but beautifully constructed of oak and paper cord.

Early Airport Lounge Chair by Hans Wegner

[SOLD] Early Airport Lounge Chair by Hans Wegner

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.

Pair of Barcelona Chairs with Ottoman by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll

[SOLD] Pair of Barcelona Chairs with Ottoman by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll

USA, 1997 Designed in 1930 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Barcelona chair remains an icon of modern design. This set features two Barcelona chairs and one ottoman. Each item is composed of a hand-polished stainless steel frame and
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[SOLD] Danish Armchair

Denmark, 1960s Unique angular Danish armchair with ebonized wood accents.

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[SOLD] Pair of Armless Lounge Chairs by Paul McCobb

USA, 1950s These armless lounge chairs by Paul McCobb feature ebonized wood frames and are upholstered in a unique pink chinoiserie satin.

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Low Walnut Armchair by Jens Risom

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.

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[SOLD]Bwana Chair by Finn Juhl for France & Son

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.

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[SOLD] Corona Lounge Chair by Poul Volther for Erik Jorgensen

Denmark, 1960s The Corona Chair was first produced by Danish designer Poul Volther in 1958, and received instant acclaim. Originally made from solid oak, experimentation with various materials led Volther to re-release it in steel in 1960.

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Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Tateishi Shoiji

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
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[SOLD] Pair of Lamino Armchairs and Ottomans by Yngve Ekstrom

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
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[SOLD] Pernilla Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Bruno Mathsson

Sweden, 1950s Curvilinear lounge chair and ottoman by Bruno Mathsson, composed of hemp webbing on a molded beech plywood frame with an adjustable headrest. Signed with stamp on frame. Ottoman measures 20.25″ W x 26″ D x 16″ H.

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[SOLD] Pair of Amanta Chairs by Mario Bellini for B&B Italia

Italy, 1976 Mario Bellini “Amanta” chair, by B&B Italia, 1976, signed with impressed marks.

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Armchair by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

USA, 1950s Elegant and classic early design by Edward Wormley.

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Armchair by Sven Ivar Dysthe for Dokka Mobler

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,
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Danish Rosewood Lounge Chair

Denmark, 1960s This chair features a rosewood slat-back frame with striking grain and sculptural legs. It has been newly reupholstered in Knoll textile. Corresponding sofa also available.

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Pair of 1950s Armchairs

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.

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Two-Tone High-back Armchair by Arne Hovmand-Olsen for Alf Juul Rasmussen

Denmark, 1957 This unique high-back armchair features original two-tone upholstery in black and oat on a partially exposed solid oak frame.

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Danish Highback Lounge Chair

Denmark, 1960s This comfortable lounge chair features all original textile in a unique windowpane plaid pattern.

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[SOLD]Inka Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Arne Norell

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  

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High Back Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Hans Wegner for Getama

Denmark, 1950′s Very comfortable oak frame high back lounge chair by Hans Wegner for Getama.

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Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, Model 670/671

USA, 1980′s A singular example of the iconic Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, this chair features exemplary rosewood veneer that showcases its unparalleled natural grain. The warm chocolate leather compliments the rich rosewood and is in excellent condition with no
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Armchair by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

Armchair by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

USA, 1950′s Deep and comfortable armchair with brass leg by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. Newly reupholstered in Knoll textile “Classic Boucle” in Pearl.

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High Back Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Hans Wegner for Getama

Denmark, 1950′s Very comfortable oak frame high back lounge chair by Hans Wegner for Getama. Newly reupholstered in Knoll textile Cuddlecloth in Black Sheep. Ottoman measures 22.5″ W x 19″ D x 15″ H.

Pair of Lounge Chairs by Florence Knoll for Knoll

Pair of Lounge Chairs by Florence Knoll for Knoll

USA, 1950′s These lounge chairs by Florence Knoll are a timeless example of mid-century American design. They are upholstered in Knoll textile in Classic Boucle, one of Knoll’s oldest lines of textile. The chartreuse color would enliven any space.

Rosewood and Leather Armchair and Ottoman from Skillingaryd

Rosewood and Leather Armchair and Ottoman from Skillingaryd

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

Hovelskov Harp Chair

Harp Chair by Jorgen Hovelskov

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.

Low Side Lounge Chairs by Jens Risom

Pair of U.431 Low Side Lounge Chairs by Jens Risom

USA, 1950′s This elegant pair of side chairs buy Jens Risom are very comfortable. Beautifully reupholstered in luxurious Knoll Rivington textile.

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Pair of Armless #31 Lounge Chairs by Florence Knoll for Knoll

USA, 1960′s This pair or lounge chairs by Florence Knoll are upholstered in a undulating textile that offsets the straight and simple design.

Wegner High back lounge

High Back Lounge Armchair with Original Textile by Hans Wegner

Denmark, 1950′s This classic high back lounge chair by Hans Wegner features wide paddle arms and is all original condition with vibrant green textile.

Original Danish Lounge Chair

All Original Danish Modern Arm Chair

Denmark, 1950′s This armchair is in amazing original vintage condition. No wear or damage to the textile, it looks like new.

Ox chair by Hans Wegner

[SOLD] Ox Lounge Chair by Hans Wegner for Erik Jorgensen

Denmark, 1960′s This chair has a great presence and a striking look from all angles. Solid and comfortable, this chair is trimmed in white piping which accentuates its unique design.

Danish high back lounge chair

[SOLD] Danish Highback Lounge Arm Chair

Denmark, 1960′s The wonderful Knoll textile on this chair accentuates its bold lines. Extremely comfortable.

Pair Plycraft chairs

[SOLD] Pair of Lounge Armchairs by George Mulhauser for Plycraft

USA, 1950′s This pair of black and white molded plywood armchairs are an iconic design by George Mulhauser.

Leslie Diamond for Conant Ball

Lounge Chair by Leslie Diamond for Conant Ball

USA, 1950′s Maple lounge chair designed by Leslie Diamond for Conant Ball. Manufacturer’s stamp on bottom.

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Salsa Lounge Chair by Paul Aferiat and Peter Stamberg for Knoll

USA, 1990′s

High back armchair after Wegner

Danish Highback Lounge Armchair after Wegner and Jacobsen

Denmark, 1960′s This comfortable lounge chair is in the style of Hans Wegner or Arne Jacobsen.

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Original Papa Bear Chair by Hans Wegner

Denmark, 1960′s This Papa Bear chair is upholstered with original wool textile.

Wikkelso lounge chair

Lounge Armchair with Original Textile by Illum Wikkelso

Denmark, 1950′s This graceful armchair by Illum Wikkelso is in remarkable condition with all original textile and soft foam.

Pair Pollock chairs

Pair of Sling Lounge Chairs 657 by Charles Pollock for Knoll

USA, 1960′s This pair of 657 sling lounge chairs have original tan leather sling seats with attached black leather seat cushion in a tubular frame with black resin coated aluminum armrests. Each with Knoll paper label to the underside of
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MR chair

[SOLD] MR Chair by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll

USA, 1970′s Inspired by Marcel Breuer’s tubular steel designs, the MR Chair is a beautiful example of van der Rohe’s work. In all original condition.

Osten Kristiansson lounge chair

Oiled Oak and Leather Lounge Chair by Osten Kristiansson

Sweden, 1950′s This chair has been beautifully crafted. The leather straps under the seat have been replaced, but the one behind the back is original. The leather has a nice patina.

Red armchair

High Back Armchair by Madsen Schubell for George Tanier

Denmark, 1950′s This striking chair is beautifully upholstered in red faux-suede and is very comfortable.

Loge lounge chair and ottoman

Loge Armchair and Ottoman by Gerard van den Berg for Montis

Denmark, 1989 This wonderful, whimsical armchair is just right for lounging. The low angled seat and reclined back allow the user to relax comfortably. The curvy, streamlined shape makes this piece a focal point in any living space. The metal
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Mies van der Rohe MR chair

MR Lounge Chair by Mies van der Rohe

USA, 1980′s Designed in Italy in 1929, this MR chair was manufactured by Knoll circa 1980.

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Leather and Walnut Lounge Chair in the style of Vladimir Kagan

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.

Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Arne Norell

Leather Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Arne Norell

This armchair and ottoman by Arne Norell is in original vintage condition and the leather has developed a wonderful patina over time. Ottoman measures 25″W x 20″D x 15″H.

Chair attributed to Saporiti

Lounge Chair attributed to Saporiti

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.

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