Herman Miller

Elephant Hide Grey 1960s Herman Miller Eames DSW Dowel Side

Very good condition


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Product Description

This is a pair of original Vintage Elephant Grey Eames side shell chairs for Herman Miller looks amazing on its used walnut DSW base. One of the most popularised colours in the Eames fiberglass series, this DSW dining chair is a versatile piece and will suit any interior style.

The Eames shell series chairs really don’t need any introduction. With early prototypes beginning in the late 1940's, production began on the Eames' dream of 'chairs for the masses' in 1950 with the arm and then the sides later in 1952/53. 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. Upholstered versions were introduced by Herman Miller a little later using fabrics and textiles designed by the esteemed designer Alexander Girard.

Individual Characteristics

Due to its vintage qualities, there are some scratches on the surface, and some of the shells might not match completely in colour and fibreglass detailing- further images are available upon request. The actual chair may appear to be slightly lighter than the one pictured. Despite the marks, the chair remains in good condition, which should still be a very good investment, especially since the dowel base is new. 

Some, but not all, of the shells feature the date stamp as shown; others have lost this and/or the Herman Miller patent label as they have aged.

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