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Set of 10 dining chairs with bases in walnut burl and upholstered seats and backs by Directional Furniture, American 1960's. These chairs have been refinished and reupholstered by Lobel Modern.
H: 37 inches
W: 19 inches / Arm Chairs: 21.25 inches
D: 25 inches
Pair of beautifully crafted “Sled Chairs” No. 1060P in mirror-finished stainless steel with hand-stitched glove leather seat pads over woven rattan by Ward Bennett for Brickell, American 1970's (signed on bottom with original metal tags which read “WARD BENNETT DESIGNS FOR BRICKEL ASSOCIATES”). These chairs are considered one of Ward Bennett’s best designs.
W: 27 inches
D: 29 inches
H: 30 inches
H at seat: 16 inches
Condition: Excellent (some small minor scratches on metal)
Pair of "Committee" chairs, model no. PJ-SI-30-A in solid teak by Pierre Jeanneret for an Administrative building in Chandigarh, India ca. 1953-4.
Provenance: Chandigarh, India (with documentation)
We have reupholstered them in glove leather.
Documentation: Eric Touchaleaume and Gerald Moreau, Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret, L'aventure Indienne / The Indian Adventure, Design - Art - Architecture, 2010, Gourcuff Gradenigo and Editions Eric Touchaleaume / Galerie 54, this chair is shown on the bottom of page 563
33 inches high
24 inches square
Pair of Tugendhat Chairs commissioned by Richard Meier and fabricated by Donald Gratz, renowned metal craftsman, to the exact specifications of the originals for a private home on Perry Street in 2003. This chair was designed in 1929-30 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in collaboration with Lilly Riech for the Tugendhat House in Brno, Czechoslovakia. Letter of Provenance to accompany chairs.
H: 34 inches
W: 29 inches
D: 31 inches
Pair of chic slipper chairs in tufted suede and chrome by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin, American 1971 (original labels under chairs). This is a fine example of Milo Baughman's design skill. It is beautiful from all angles and meticulously crafted.
H: 27 inches
W: 25 inches
D: 36 inches