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  • Herman Miller Zenaloy Chair

    This Chair Base, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, consists of a base that is made of bright zinc. The top would be made of wood with a white laminate. Herman Miller Trade Name: Zenaloy Chair Herman Miller Series: Molded Plastic Armchairs Product Number: LAR

  • Herman Miller Zenaloy Chair (Rocker)

    This Zenaloy rocking chair, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of thermosetting resin reinforced with white molded fiberglass arm shell on a zinc plated metal wire base. The chair sits on light birch rockers. The Herman Miller logo and patent information can be found on the seat bottom. According to the 1965 Herman Miller Trade Catalogue, the light weight rocker is ideal for reading, relaxing, and use by the young mother. Price History: 1952: $ 38. 20 (Trade Catalogue 89. 1…

  • Herman Miller Zenaloy Chair

    This zenaloy-plastic armshell chair, in the collection of The Henry Ford, is constructed by molding a thermosetting resin reinforced with gray glass fibers. The metal base is made of bent aluminum wire and is attached to the shell with rubber shock mounts. Embossed on the bottom with Herman Miller Logo and Patent Label. This particular chair is designed as a low-low chair, meaning it is the lowest and lightest of all molded plastic chairs according to a 1952 Herman Miller Trade Catalog. …

  • Herman Miller Zenaloy Chair

    This Molded Plastic Armchair, in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, consists of a parchment molded fiberglass shell which sits on a bright zinc wire base. Herman Miller Trade Name: Zenaloy Chair Herman Miller Series: Molded Plastic Armchairs Product Number: LAR