Herman Miller

Sea Foam Green 1950s Herman Miller Eames DSW Dowel Side

Very good condition


Item originally listed in EUR as:

1.925,00 €

Item price shown in USD is approximate and based on currency conversion at time of page view.

+ Shipping Costs View

Seller has 1 available

Shipping to:

United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Luxembourg, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Guernsey, Jersey, Sweden, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Finland, Liechtenstein, Poland, Slovakia, Singapore

Seller information:



Seller doesn't have enough ratings yet.

Loughborough, United Kingdom

Add item to Wishlist

Product Description

This is a set of use, light seafoam Herman Miller Eames side shell chair with a new walnut wood dowel base. The shell consists of a marvelous, highly sought-after seafoam green, with subtle grey tones combined with natural walnut wood. Seafoam has proven to be very desirable, and this set will be a fantastic addition to the comfort of your home.

The Eames shell series chairs really don’t need any introduction. One of the original colours Charles and Ray used when producing these chairs, this colour first was introduced back in 1952/53 and remains very popular, and much desirable shell to own, truly highlighting the versatility of these chairs. The original and vintage fiberglass chairs were so versatile and so modern that they only increase in popularity as the years go by.

Fiberglass originals always have a base colour and gorgeous 'visible' fibers in the shell itself. This version of the Seafoam chair displays this perfectly. Herman Miller, with the design power of Alexander Girard, later introduced upholstered versions of the shells which were finished in either Girard’s own patterned fabrics or in vinyl.

Individual Characteristics

This beautiful, original light seafoam DSW side shell chair is slightly discolored, with 3 of the shells having watermarks- further images are available upon request. Despite some minor marks and scratches, the chair remains in good condition, with the shell still polished nicely.  

The Herman Miller stamp patent label indicates it is was manufactured around 1957-1959.

Ask the seller a question about this listing

Login to ask a question

Seller's other items

Find Out More