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  • Herman Miller Bedside Table

    This Night Stand, in the collection of the High Museum of Modern Art, is constructed of a wood case with grey, American ash veneer on the top and sides. There is a herringbone design on the case as well. The front contains a drop-front door with a metal door pull. This night stand's plan was designed for 1933 Chicago World's Fair, "A Century of Progress," "Design for Living House. "Herman Miller Trade Name: Bedside Table Herman Miller Series: 3319 Suite Product Number: 3319

  • Herman Miller Side Chair

    This Chair, in the collection of the High Museum of Art, is constructed of a wood frame with American ash veneer. The seat and backrest are then padded and covered with gold upholstery. Herman Miller Trade Name: Side Chair Herman Miller Series: 3319 Suite Product Number: 3323

  • Herman Miller Dressing Table-Desk

    This Desk, in the collection of the High Museum of Art, consists of a top, side, and front constructed of wood and sits on tubular metal supports. There are three drawers in the desk that are brush chrome. Herman Miller Trade Name: Dressing Table-Desk Herman Miller Series: Modern Bedroom Group Product Number: 3317

  • Herman Miller Dresser

    This Chest, in the collection of the New Jersey Historical Society, consists of a wood case with English sycamore veneer. The object is finished off with four drawers that have dark brown sucupiro drawer pulls. Herman Miller Trade Name: Dresser Product Number: 2185

  • Herman Miller Armchair

    These Arm Chairs, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consist of a birch frame with dark wood arms, legs, and backrest supports that sit on metal glides. The seat and backrest are padded and covered with textured gold upholstery. Price History: 1936: $13. 00 (wholesale); $29. 00 (retail) 1939: $15. 75 (wholesale); $36. 50 (retail)Herman Miller Trade Name: Armchair Herman Miller Series: Modern Product Number: 3322

  • Herman Miller Side Chair

    These Side Chairs, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a birch frame with dark wood legs and backrest supports. The seat and backrest are padded and covered with textured celery-gold upholstery. Price History: 1936: $11. 50 (wholesale); $26. 00 (retail); 1939: $13. 50 (wholesale); $31. 00 (retail)Herman Miller Trade Name: Side Chair Herman Miller Series: Modern Product Number: 3322

  • Herman Miller Vanity bench

    This Vanity bench, in the collection of The Henry Ford, is constructed with four carved mahogany legs and decorative front. The seat is padded and covered in cream-gold brocade upholstery with raised decorative edge and brass tacks. The designer of this piece is unknown. Herman Miller Trade Name: Vanity bench Herman Miller Series: Georgian Group, Chippendale Product Number: 3389

  • Herman Miller Dressing Table

    This Dressing Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, has a Honduras mahogany veneer covering the top, sides, shelf, and legs. There is one long drawer in front with two ornate brass pulls. The four legs are carved and have glides on bottom. This piece is intended to be used with a mirror. The designer of this piece was either Edgar Somes or Aurelio Bevelacqua. Herman Miller Series: Georgian Group, Chippendale Product Number: 3389

  • Herman Miller Side Chair

    This Side Chair, in the collection of The Henry Ford, is constructed of mahogany legs, crossbar, and carved backrest. The seat is padded and covered with cream-gold brocade upholstery with brass tacks along upholstery edge. The designer of this piece is unknown but it's labeled "Sold by brink's book Store, Holland, Michigan. "Herman Miller Trade Name: Side Chair Herman Miller Series: Georgian Group, Chippendale Product Number: 3389

  • Herman Miller Dresser

    This Dresser, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a sequoia burl veneer and castano wood for the exterior surface with a gray harewood inlay. The front is bowed with a light horizontal stripe in the veneer as well as having three drawers and one door with brush chrome pulls. In 1988, a protective glass top was added to the top of the piece by Herman Miller Inc. This piece is the same version that was designed for the 1933 World's Fair and has the numbers '8066/88' written on t…

  • Herman Miller Chest

    This Chest of Drawers, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a castano and sequoia burl veneered exterior surface across the front two doors. At the center is an inlay that forms three horizontal lines. The interior contains six drawers with brush chrome pulls. On the back is the inscription '3192/43'. This piece is the same version that was designed for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair and used in "Design for Living House". Price History: 1936: $43. 00 (wholesale); …

  • Herman Miller Night Stand

    This Night Stand, in the collection of The Henry Ford, is constructed of a cylindrical metal support frame from the drawer to the bottom shelf. A castano sequoia burl veneer covers the exterior surfaces and shelf while the inlay is harewood. The drawer is a two way and has cylindrical metal drawer pulls on either side. On the back are raised rounded edges. This piece was designed for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, "A Century of Progress," "Design For Living House. " Price History: …

  • Herman Miller The Herman Miller Furniture Company Makers of Fine Furniture Zeeland, Michigan

    This Product Literature, in the collection of The Henry Ford, contains information related to Herman Miller Product Number 3319 in the "Modern Series". This series was designed by Gilbert Rohde for the "Design for Living" house at the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, A Century of Progress. The literature states: "This furniture, which emphasizes the beauty of the materials by simplicity of design, is of straight striped American Ash dyed grey with just a line of dark brown stained Mahogany on top…

  • Herman Miller The Herman Miller Furniture Company Makers of Fine Furniture Zeeland, Michigan

    This Product Literature, in the collection of The Henry Ford, contains information related to Herman Miller Product Number 3323 in the "Modern Series bedroom Group". This series was originally designed by Gilbert Rohde. The literature states: "This suite follows the lines of the smartest custom made furniture, chromium plated metal playing a prominent part in the design. The proportions are so light and graceful and the colors of the wood so delicate that the effect is unusually feminine …

  • Herman Miller The Herman Miller Furniture Company Makers of Fine Furniture Zeeland, Michigan. Catalog, 1933

    This Product Literature, in the collection of The Henry Ford, contains information related to Herman Miller Product Number 3317 in the "Modern Series. " This series was designed by Gilbert Rohde for the "Design for Living" house at the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, A Century of Progress. The literature states: "The veneers used are Castano and Sequoia burl inlaid with English Harewood. The Castano and Sequoia burl are finished a rich brown and the Harewood a silver grey. The trimmings are …

  • Herman Miller The Herman Miller Furniture Company Makers of Fine Furniture Zeeland, Michigan

    This Product Literature, in the collection of The Henry Ford, contains information related to Herman Miller Product Number 2185 in the "Modern Series". The literature states: "The designer's well-balanced use of contrasting woods as a single motive is the outstanding characteristic of this group. The dark wood is Sucupiro from the forests of brazil. It has a deep rich grain and coloring. The light wood is English Sycamore with a very refined figure. " This product literature also inclu…

  • Herman Miller The Herman Miller Furniture Company Makers of Fine Furniture Zeeland, Michigan

    This Product Literature, in the collection of The Henry Ford, contains information related to Herman Miller Product Number 3305 in the 3305 "Modern Series". This series was designed by Gilbert Rohde. The literature states: "A pleasing combination of contrasting woods. The dark wood is select straight stripe American Walnut. The light wood is Maple Burl. You can select either the custom-made wood pulls or chromium handles. " This product literature also includes information relating t…

  • Herman Miller The Herman Miller Furniture Company Makers of Fine Furniture Zeeland, Michigan

    This Product Literature, in the collection of The Henry Ford, contains information related to Herman Miller Product Number 3321 in the 3321 "Modern Series". This series was designed by Gilbert Rohde. The literature states: "The wood is American Walnut, using a combination of three grains; straight stripe, burl, and butt. Finish: Natural grey brown. The pulls, legs and other structural parts are in polished and brush finished chromium plated metal. The design features the structural us…

  • Herman Miller Vanity

    This Dressing Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, is made with a castano and sequoia burl veneer covering the exterior surfaces. The front is bowed and has a harewood gray horizontal striped inlay on it. There are also three drawers and one door on the piece all with brush chrome pulls. This piece is the same version that was designed for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair and used in "Design for Living House". Price History: 1936: $138. 00 (retail); 62. 00 (wholesale) incl…

  • Herman Miller Dresser

    This Dresser, in the collection of the Dallas Historical Society, is constructed of a wood case with dark wood with an gray green American ash veneer on the top, sides, and drawers. There is a herringbone design on the dresser as well. The drawers have cylindrical wood and metal end pulls. This dresser design was developed for 1933 Chicago World's Fair, "A Century of Progress," "Design for Living House. "Herman Miller Trade Name: Dresser Herman Miller Series: 3319 Suite Product Number: 3319