1940 pair of Gilbert Rhode side chairs

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very nice authentic set of industrial ‘ mcm  machine age style lounge chairs  by famous designer .

In July 1932 the Herman Miller Company of Zeeland, Michigan, then one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality furniture in the United States, unveiled a strikingly modern bedroom set featuring a two-toned wood surface and a bold, asymmetrical arrangement. Its designer was New Yorker Gilbert Rohde, then thirty-eight years old. In the 1920s he had established a reputation as an up-and-coming modernist, and for a time he produced pieces for the Heywood-Wakefield Company, in Gardner, Massachusetts

32.00" X 24.00" X 22.00"

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