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  • Herman Miller End Table with Drawer and Lamp

    This End Table, in the collection of the High Museum of Art, consists of an oil walnut top, sides, drawer front and shelf. The lamp support is made of stain chrome legs. The lamp shades is white linen. Price History: The price varies with finish options from $198. 00 - $220. 00. Herman Miller Trade Name: End Table with Drawer and Lamp Herman Miller Series: Occasional Pieces Product Number: 5635-L

  • Herman Miller Pedestal Table

    This Table, in the collection of the New Jersey Historical Society, consists of a white laminate plastic top that sits on a white enameled aluminum pedestal base with four blades. Herman Miller Trade Name: Pedestal Table Herman Miller Series: Occasional tables Product Number: 5453

  • Herman Miller Server

    This Table, in the collection of the Dallas Historical Society, consists of a walnut veneer on the two slab sides, a top and bottom crossbar. Herman Miller Trade Name: Server Herman Miller Series: 3979 Dining Room Suite Product Number: 3979

  • Herman Miller End Table

    This Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, has an acacia burl veneer on the top and shelf while the vertical surfaces have a paldao veneer. The four legs are wrapped with leatherette and finished with brass tacks. The product number, '4129', can be found under the table top. Price History: 1941: $ 48. 00 (retail); 1942: $ 52. 00 (retail)Herman Miller Trade Name: End Table Herman Miller Series: Paldao table Product Number: 4129

  • Herman Miller Multiple Seating

    This Multiple Seating Unit, in the collection of the High Museum of Art, is constructed of a tandem seating which consists of seat back assembly with outside and inside legs as well as a corner table. The tubular, chrome plated, metal frame which supports a padded seat with backrest. The seat and backrest are also covered with a black and tan Girard fabric upholstery. The table top on the corner table is white laminate and is edge with black vinyl. Herman Miller Trade Name: Tandem Seating…

  • Herman Miller Table

    This Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a rectangular top with light tone veneer over molded plywood. The top sits on a base made of four curved, tapered legs of the same material. A table matching these dimensions and description cannot be found in any Herman Miller Trade Catalogues. This confirms that it is probably a prototype.

  • Herman Miller Mobile Table

    This Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a light grey plastic laminate over wood top with light grey vinyl edging. the top sits on a grey metal pedestal base that has four blades and casters. This piece is stamped "64908" and has a circular metal label marked "Designed by Nelson, George. Herman Miller, Inc. " Price History: 1965: $75. 00 (Trade Catalogue 89. 177. 717)Herman Miller Trade Name: Mobile Table Herman Miller Series: Action office Product Number…

  • Herman Miller Gate Leg Table

    This Dining Table, in the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art, is constructed of wood with a tawny walnut veneer. There are two drop leaves with the table and four gate legs. The table opens to extend to 66 inches. Herman Miller Trade Name: Gate Leg Table Product Number: 5556

  • Herman Miller Mobile Table

    This Mobile Table, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a tan plastic laminate top which is supported by a still frame painted black. The bottom shelf is white plastic laminate and the base consists of four black casters. There is an inscription on the underside which reads: "Eppinger Furniture, Inc. , NY". Price History: 1952: $66. 00 (textured top); $60. 00 (plain top) (Trade Catalog 89. 177. 1109)Herman Miller Trade Name: Mobile Table Prod…

  • Herman Miller Corner table

    This Table, in the collection of the Newark Museum, consists of a square base with rounded corners which rests on four tapered legs. It is veneered in blond wood with yellow cast (birch?). There is an inset superstructure on two sides and enclosed corner with parabolic or boomerang form top. The end supports are tapered conical. The glass protective top is not numbered. Remnants of label on table seem to say #4183, but archives show it as #4283. This might show that it's a variation …

  • Herman Miller Table

    This Table, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of a square wooden top with white plastic laminate. The top is supported by a chrome-plated steel frame and legs. Herman Miller Trade Name: Table Herman Miller Series: Haller Program Low Tables Product Number: HP 410

  • Herman Miller Lamp Table

    This End Table, in the collection of the High Museum of Art, consists of a tawny walnut frame with drawer front and top covered with leather. The legs are ebonized wood while the lamp support is aluminum and swivels. The lamp shade is white plastic. The dimensions for height given, include the lamp. Herman Miller Trade Name: Lamp Table Product Number: 4634-L

  • Herman Miller Strut Table

    This Table, in the collection of the Oakland Museum of California, consists of a wooden top laminated white. The base is made of bright zinc wire. Herman Miller Trade Name: Strut Table Product Number: LTR