• 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 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 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…

  • Herman Miller Arm Chair

    This Arm Chair, in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art, consists of a gold padded upholstery on the seat and backrest which covers a walnut frame. The arms are curved and the chair has four legs. Price History: 1957: $146. 00 (fabric); $158. 00 (naugahyde); $166. 00 (leather) 1961: $168. 00 (fabric); $180. 00 (naugahyde); $188. 00 (leather)Herman Miller Trade Name: Arm Chair Herman Miller Series: chairs Product Number: 4663

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

    This Molded Wood Chair, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, has a wood seat. The seat, backrest, frame, and legs are covered with walnut veneer over the molded plywoodThis product was first manufactured by Evans Products in 1945. Herman Miller became the distributor in 1946, and in 1949 the manufacturer. Herman Miller Trade Name: Molded Plywood Lounge Chair Product Number: LCW

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

    This Molded Wood Chair, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, has a wood seat. The seat, backrest, frame, and legs are covered with walnut 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. Herman Miller Trade Name: Molded Plywood Lounge Chair Product Number: LCW

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Dining Chair

    This Molded Wood Chair, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, has a wood seat. The seat, backrest, frame, and legs are covered with a red 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. Herman Miller Trade Name: Molded Plywood Dining Chair Product Number: DCW

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Chair

    This Molded Wood Chair, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, has a wood seat on a chrome frame and legs. The seat and backrest are covered with a walnut veneer over the molded plywood. Herman Miller Trade Name: Molded Plywood Chair Herman Miller Series: Eames Chairs Product Number: DCM

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Chair

    This Side Chair, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, is made of molded plywood which sits on a chrome-plated metal base. There is a black veneer which covers the seat and backrest. Herman Miller Trade Name: Molded Plywood Chair Herman Miller Series: Eames Chairs Product Number: DCM

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Dining Chair

    This Molded Wood Chair, in the collection of the San Fancisco Museum of Modern Art, has a wood seat. The seat, back, frame, and legs are red 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. Herman Miller Trade Name: Molded Plywood Dining Chair Product Number: DCW

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Dining Chair

    This Molded Wood Chair, in the collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, has a wood seat. The seat, backrest, frame, and legs are red 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 C…

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Chair

    This Molded Plywood Chair, in the collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, is known as "American's most favorite modern chair," according to the 1954 Herman Miller Trade Catalog. It has a molded plywood seat and back with a rosewood veneer. 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] Inscribed on the seat bottom are lab…

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Lounge Chair

    This chair, in the collection of The Henry Ford, has a molded plywood seat and back. Light oak veneer covers the molded plywood. The seat and back are attached by black rubber shock mounts to a molded plywood frame with metal glides. The rubber shock mounts permit the chair to flex readily to changes in position. Trade Catalog States: Product Name: Molded plywood lounge chair Series Name: Eames chairs Popular Name: Potato chip chair Standard Finish: birch, walnut, calico ash, red,…

  • Herman Miller Platform Bench

    This Bench, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of a natural birch, slat top with ebonized wood base. Herman Miller Trade Name: Platform Bench Herman Miller Series: Basic Cabinet Series Product Number: 4992

  • Herman Miller Stool

    This Stool, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a brown padded vinyl seat with brass tacks and orange woven slip cover. The four legs of the stool are made of tawny walnut. Price History: 1955: $66. 00 1959: $74. 00Herman Miller Trade Name: Stool Product Number: 4698

  • Herman Miller Side Chair, Natural Cane Back

    This Side Chair is part of a four matching chairs in the collection of The Henry Ford. The chairs are sturdily constructed of an unusual design with a wooden frame. They are padded with a foam rubber seat with natural fabric upholstery and have a backrest mode of natural colored cane. [Source: ca. 1948 Herman Miller, Inc. Trade Catalog] Price History: 1950:$73. 00 (muslin) -14 fabric grades $75-$91 (Trade Catalog 89. 177. 689) 1952:$76. 00 (Trade Catalog 89. 177…

  • Herman Miller Arm Chair-Wood Frame

    This Arm Chair, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a tan hopsak padded upholstery on the seat and backrest which covers a birch frame. The curved arms and four legs are also made of birch. Price History: 1957: $146. 00 (fabric); $158. 00 (naugahyde); $166. 00 (leather) 1961: $168. 00 (fabric); $180. 00 (naugahyde); $188. 00 (leather)Herman Miller Trade Name: Arm Chair-Wood Frame Product Number: 4663

  • Herman Miller Molded Plywood Chair

    These Molded Plywood Chairs, in the collection of the Dallas Historical Society, are known as "American's most favorite modern chair," according to the 1954 Herman Miller Trade Catalog. They also have a molded plywood seat and back that are coverd with an oak veneer. 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]Price History: 1947: $…

  • Herman Miller Bentwood Chair

    These Arm Chairs, in the collection of the Dallas Historical Society, consists of an ebonized wood frame, backrest, legs, and arms. The legs are inverted 'V' Shaped and the backrests are curved. The seats are padded and covered with gold upholstery. Price History: Price varies with fabric grade, $20. 40-$27. 60. Herman Miller Trade Name: bentwood Chair Herman Miller Series: bentwood Chairs for Dining Room, bedroom and Living Room. Product Number: 4171