Herman Miller

Sea Foam Green 1960s Herman Miller Eames DSW Dowel Side

Very good condition

$466.93

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395,00 €

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Product Description

This light seafoam Eames Herman Miller is a rarity- the delicate green hues of creates a beautiful shade of seafoam, combined with the walnut DSW base which makes this chair a perfect addition to your homes. Buy it in a pair, sets of 4 or 6 and you can dramatically transform your dining room.

One of the original colours Charles and Ray used when producing these chairs, this style of the chair needs little introduction. This colour dates back to the origin of these shells in 1952/53 and still remains to be a very popular, and much desirable shell to own, truly highlighting the versatility of these chairs.

Original fiberglass shells are defined by their base colour which shows the vibrant fibers contained within the shell. This version of the Seafoam chair displays this perfectly. 

Individual Characteristics

As these are vintage shells, they will have signs of age and wear, and this chair does appear to have a surface scratch and marks and does have a small hole in the seat section; the price does reflect this. This walnut newer base is still in excellent condition.

Please note that the colour in the picture is slightly different from the actual chair, further images are available upon request. The picture is of a narrow mount shell, however the actual shell is a wide mount. 

The 's'summit logo on the shell suggests that it was manufactured around 1959-1989.

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