Springer Armchair Black Leather by KEM Weber for Lloyd Mfg, Bauhaus, Deco, 1935


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Vintage from the 1930s


leather, chrome

The Springer armchair designed by KEM Weber for Lloyd Manufacturing, circa 1935. Reupholstered in black leather, the beauty of this iconic armchair is its extreme comfort. Sitting upon flat band chrome steel springs, it functions as a rocking chair. The leather hand of the cushions is luxurious. A Classic of the American Art Deco movement, your purchase is an investment in the comfort of a sitting or rocking chair with a highly-prized pedigree.

H 36 in. x W 22.75 in. x D 31 in.
H 91.44 cm x W 57.79 cm x D 78.74 cm
16 in. (40.64 cm)

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