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  • Herman Miller Eames Chaise

    This Eames Chaise, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of six cushions which connect to each other and to the frame with zippers. The cushions are covered with original aucht black leather. Two loose small pillows are supplied with the unit. Frames are eggplant nylon coated aluminum with fiberthin stretched over the frame (which is black rubber stretched cushion support and black metal base frame) as the supportive member for the cushions. [SOURCE: 1968 Herman Miller Inc.…

  • Herman Miller Miniature Chest

    This case, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a white laminate top with rosewood veneer on the back, side, and front. The six drawers each have one white porcelain pull attached to them. This "Miniature Chest" is the Rosewood Cabinet Series was created to stand alone or could sit on other pieces in the series of cabinets designed by Nelson, George. Price History: 1955: $170. 00 (Trade Catalog 89. 177. 1110); 1959: $218. 00 teak 1964: $174. 00 (Trade Catalog …

  • Herman Miller Hi-Fi Cabinet or Buffet

    This Cabinet, in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is constructed of wood with a teak veneer. The case sits on satin chrome legs. Inside the case is an adjustable shelf, four drawers with chrome plated satin pulls, a cork lined tray, tuner compartment, a storage compartment and two doors. The price varies with finish, $464. 00-$510. 00. Herman Miller Trade Name: Hi-Fi Cabinet or Buffet Herman Miller Series: Thin Edge Case Group Product Number: 5724

  • Herman Miller Coconut Chair

    This Arm Chair, in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is constructed of a molded metal shell which sits on a chrome-plated base with three legs. The shell is padded and covered with red-orange Polynit. The early version of this chair shell was metal and is often referred to as the 'Coconut Chair'. This chair was in reproduction since 1988 by Vitra GmbH, Weil-am-Rhine, GermanHerman Miller Trade Name: Coconut Chair Herman Miller Series: Lounge Chair Product Number: 5569

  • Herman Miller Lamp Table

    This End Table, in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, has a tawny walnut veneered case with brown leather top. The object sits on four legs and has a built-in fluorescent lamp as well as a built-in plant box. The Dimensions for height include the lamp. Herman Miller Trade Name: Lamp Table Product Number: 4634-L

  • Herman Miller High Back Lounge Chair

    This Lounge Chair, in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is constructed of a molded plywood shell that is padded and covered with orange hopsak upholstery and has a seat cushion that is loose. On the backrest are five buttons. The shell sits on a satin, chrome-plated base. Herman Miller Trade Name: High Back Lounge Chair Herman Miller Series: Sleeping Product Number: 5672

  • Herman Miller Laminated Wood Side Chair

    This Bentwood Chair, in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is constructed of ebonized birch on the seat, backrest and legs. The seat is round with a padded cushion. The cushion is upholstered with Girard print fabric. Ebonized finish was not a standard option for this product. Herman Miller Trade Name: Laminated Wood Side Chair Product Number: 5890-1

  • Herman Miller Platform Bench

    This Bench, in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is constructed of a natural birch base and top. This object was renamed the Nelson Platform Bench since its construction was reissued in 1994. Herman Miller Trade Name: Platform Bench Herman Miller Series: Basic Cabinet Product Number: 4692

  • Herman Miller Panton Chair

    This Molded Chair, in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is constructed shell made of orange molded plastic. Herman Miller Trade Name: Panton Chair Herman Miller Series: Commercial Seating Product Number: PA 1000 N

  • Herman Miller Card Table (Dining Table Extension)

    This Card Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, has a square plywood top made of birch with a light birch veneer. The top stands on four metal legs with metal supports and metal glides. The legs, which lock securely in position when in use, can be folded for shipping or storage. Price History: 1952: $60. 75 (Trade Catalog 89. 177. 690) 1964: $68. 00 (Trade Catalog 89. 177. 712)Herman Miller Trade Name: Card Table (Dining Table Extension) Herman Miller Series: E…

  • Herman Miller Sofa Compact

    his Eames Sofa Compact, in the collections of The Henry Ford, has two detachable chrome plated legs that connect at their tops to form four legs. Folds flat for shipping. Medium density particle board supports for back cushioning. Zippered upholstered with black and white Girard check padded fabric and has two horizontally attached cushions. Upholstery is removable for cleaning. [Source: 1974 and 1955 Herman Miller, Inc. Trade Catalogs] Price History: 1954: $328 (fabric…

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Chair

    According to the 1954 Herman Miller Trade Catalog, this is "America's most favorite modern chair. " It has a molded plywood seat and back with a burled ash veneer over the backrest. The frame, legs and glides are all metal. The electronically welded rubber shock mounts permit a slight flux to conform with changes in position. [Source: 1954 Herman Miller, Inc. Trade Catalog] Prior to The Henry Ford's acquirement of this chair, Herman Miller, Inc. acquired it from Hugh Depree, Herman …

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Dining Chair

    This Eames dining chair, in the collection of The Henry Ford, has a wood seat. The seat, backrest, frame, and legs are ash veneer over molded plywood. This product was first manufactured by Evans Products in 1945. Herman Miller, Inc. became the distributor in 1946, and in 1949 the manufacturer. Price History: 1947: $ 14. 25 (Trade Catalog 89. 177. 688) 1952: $ 32. 30 (Trade Catalog 89. 177. 690)Herman Miller Trade Name: Molded Plywood Dining Chair Herman Miller Se…

  • Herman Miller Eames Upholstered Chair

    These Side Chairs, in the collection of The Henry Ford, are made of a black and white girard check padded upholstery (nilo 95) with black vinyl edge and white plastic backs that covers the seat and back rest. The base consists of a frame and four legs made of polished chrome plate and white nylon glides. black rubber mounts are attached to the frame as well. These pieces are also referred to as Eames One Twenty Seven Chairs. Price History: 1970: $31. 00 (nilo); $ 32. 00 (naug);…

  • Herman Miller Occasional Table

    This Occasional Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a circular off-white botticcino marble top that sits on a polished aluminum, pronged pedestal base with four blades. The base then sits on white plastic glides. Price History: 1972: $ 104. 00 (Product Literature 89. 177. 732) 1983: $ 781. 00 (marble); $ 529. 00 (slate)Herman Miller Trade Name: Occasional Table Product Number: 3679

  • Herman Miller 66306 Chair

    This Side Chair, in the collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum, consists of a molded plastic shell which sits on a polished aluminum base with four legs. The shell is padded and covered with green vinyl upholstery and edged with black vinyl. This object was designed for Braniff Airlines lobby and has a price history of $144 to $153. Herman Miller Trade Name: 66306 Chair Herman Miller Series: The Girard Group Product Number: 66353

  • Herman Miller Tray Table

    This Tray Table, in the collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum, consists of a plywood top with u-shaped, polished chrome base. The top is finished with a calico ash veneer and has raised edges. Herman Miller Trade Name: Tray Table Herman Miller Series: Occasional Tables Product Number: 4950

  • Herman Miller Eames Chaise

    This Eames Chaise, in the collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum, consists of six cushions which connect to each other and to the frame with zippers. The cushions are covered with original aucht black leather. The frames are eggplant nylon coated aluminum with fiberthin stretched over the frame (which is black rubber stretched cushion support and black metal base frame) as the supportive member for the cushions. [SOURCE: 1968 Herman Miller Inc. Trade Catalog. ] This piece is a su…

  • Herman Miller 425-C

    This piece, in the collection of The Henry Ford, contains eight lineal feet of enclosed storage, with four drawer fronts and four shelves of blond wood veneer. On the front it has four white plastic sliding doors. The sides are micarta panels and are colored red on the top back, white on the middle back, and blue on the bottom back. The frame consists of stabilizing bars, drawer pulls, and four legs all made of chromed metal. [Source: 1953 Herman Miller, Inc. Trade Catalog. ] Price …

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

    This Molded Wood Chair, in the collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum, has a wood seat. The seat, backrest, frame, and legs are covered with birch veneer over the molded plywood. This product was first manufactured by Evans Products in 1945. Herman Miller became the distributor in 1946, and in 1949 the manufacturer. Incorporating revolutionary principles in both design and construction, the molded plywood chairs designed by Charles Eames have been called "the most famous chairs in Amer…