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Eames for Herman Miller Rocker - Black Fiberglass - excellent restored vintage condition. The shell is on an American made black reproduction rocker with birch runners.

This 1970s chair, originally covered, was rescued from a gentleman in the lower east side. Originally covered in a tan naugahyde with a large rip, all stuffing was removed and this black shell was lovingly sanded down and recoated. The fiberglass is in great condition; there are no cracks or chips and a ton of visible fibers. Since this is from the 1970s, this chair does not have rubber shock mounts but instead the base is bolted directly to the shell separated by washers. There are no additional holes in this particular chair, which was sometimes typical of the upholstered shell chairs. I am happy to send along more pictures of the chair, please feel free to ask.

Local delivery available in NYC and surrounding areas - please message me for details. Also, international shipping is also available, please message me before purchase so that I can confirm shipping costs. **Please read shop policies before purchase.**

24.5" w; 27.25" d; 26.5" h

Thanks for looking!

reserved for Michelle Eames for Herman Miller Rescued Rocker Black Fiberglass RAR

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: fiberglass, wood, love, perseverance, metal, birch
  • Feedback: 31 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from New York, United States.
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