• Herman Miller Square Back Easy Chair

    This Easy Chair, in the collection of the High Museum of Art, has wood legs which support a seat with back and arms. The seat, back and arms are padded and upholstered with fabric. Price History: Price varies with fabric, $62. 00 - $108. 50. Herman Miller Trade Name: Square Back Easy Chair Product Number: 3681

  • 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 Bookcase

    This Bookcase, in the collection of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, consists of a mahogany base with three mahogany shelves. The case is finished with chrome-plated poles. Herman Miller Trade Name: Bookcase Product Number: 7072

  • 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 Chest

    This Chest, in the collection of the Newark Museum, consists of a plain rectangular carcase veneered in rosewood. There is a slight bow to the front and a recessed base of darker wood having inlaid vertical stripes of rosewood. There are three veneered drawers to the object, each with a circular concave mat brass pull. This piece bears partial B. Altman Label. This indicates that it was manufactured before 1939. There is a stencil on the back with the product number indicating it w…

  • Herman Miller Bedside Table

    This Bedside Table, in the collection of the Newark Museum, consists of a plain rectangular carcase veneered in blond ash with a recessed base painted black. The table has a single drawer with a cylindrical dark horizontal pull. On the back is a stencil, in black, of 3630. This indicates the date of design to be 1936. Herman Miller Trade Name: Bedside Table Herman Miller Series: 3630 Bedroom Group Product Number: 3630

  • Herman Miller Utility Cabinet

    This Cabinet, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a case with an East Indian Laurel veneer that sits on an ebonized wood base. On the front are two doors that open to reveal fixed and movable shelves. Price History: 1936: $45. 00; 1941: $99. 00Herman Miller Trade Name: Utility Cabinet Herman Miller Series: Laurel Group Product Number: 3426

  • Herman Miller Bedside Table

    This Bedside Table, in the collection of the Newark Museum, is part of a suite and consists of a rectangular carcase with a bowed front and single drawer about a cupboard. The veneer is rosewood with a recessed base inlaid with vertical stripes of rosewood. There are also a circular concave mat brass pull on the drawer. This piece bears partial B. Altman Label. This indicates that it was manufactured before 1939. Herman Miller Trade Name: Bedside Table Herman Miller Series: Suite 3770 …

  • Herman Miller The Herman Miller Furniture Company; Zeeland Michigan Modern and Traditional, 1936

    This Product Literature, in the collection of The Henry Ford, contains information related to Herman Miller Product Numbers 3322, 3426, 3432, 3439, 3454, 3548, 3630, 3665, 3681, 3770, and 5207. These products are original designs by Gilbert Rohde and were all part of the Herman Miller "Modern" line. The literature states: "The Modern is arranged in the order which one would naturally follow in planning a room; first taking care of the wall units, then the combination chairs, the important s…

  • Herman Miller Side Chair

    This Side Chair, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of a padded bentwood maple frame with birch base. The seat and backrest are covered with dark green leatherette upholstery. There is a cover and style upholstery tag attached to the chair which reads "Sold By DJ Depree. " Price History: 1936: $ 6. 75 (muslin) wholesale; 1942: $20. 00 retail Herman Miller Trade Name: Side Chair Herman Miller Series: Modern Product Number: 3665

  • Herman Miller Side Chair

    This Side Chair, in the collection of the New Jersey Historical Society, has a bentwood frame with upholstered seat and back. Herman Miller Trade Name: Side Chair Product Number: 3665