Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman
A few pieces of furniture called a period of time, which is better than the famous eames lounge chair and ottoman. Molded plywood shell and the fertile black leather seats, to chair the icon design, half of the 20. of the century. Since it was introduced in 1956, the Chair has been in operation in the u.s. the company Herman Miller of Zeeland, Michigan. Designed by Charles Eames and his wife, Ray, was an immediate success. New and vintage chairs that are sought after by fans of modern design.
Looking for a label that is attached to the eames lounge chair and ottoman. Seats manufactured between 1956 and 1970’s have a white and gold round Herman Miller label. The seats are manufactured from 1990 Herman Miller label silver square. Identify the type of wood used in the shell. The original Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman are veneered in rosewood Brazil. According to Herman Miller rosewood was halted in 1991 due to the environment. Since 1991, Eames chair was made of walnut, cherry wood, and similar to rosewood, but not as intensely colored.
Make sure that the stuffing used in pillows, if possible. The original pillow from 1956, and in the following years were filled with 100 percent down and Duck feather. Since then, the eames lounge chair and ottoman were filled with a mix of foam and fiber fill. Check the feet glide on a matching Ottoman, if you have it. Early Ottoman has a rubber boot-like glide, which is then adjusted by screwing the coasting drive