Where did it go? It was here: http://www.designaddict.com/forum/Identification/teak-me-looks-not
My wife just happened upon this and the price was right. I know next to nothing about American furniture, but it looks authentic to me. Has an IBM inventory sticker. Casters made by Bassick.
Here is what only appears to be a Finn Juhl FJ-49 Chieftain chair marked by Niels Vodder. Quittenbaum auctions sold it back in 2013 for 16 thousand euros.
Teak. It would be helpful to see some overall shots of the table...
You could also take the number of strands across any edge you count in a photo for which you have a good length measu
@ Kyle, gotcha. Now I understand what you are saying. Sorry. Pay no attention to me.....
I have never seen a Møller chair with a credibly original dust cover. These look very, very not original to me.
It appears to be a table from the 1960s made by Faarup Møbelfabrik. Designer is harder to say.
The Cado name was introduced on August 20th, 1970.
Møllers were most commonly sold with danish cord, but the same chair frame was also used for an upholstered seat.
Looks just like teak to me.
Designed by Rastad & Relling per the catalog. Maybe it is model number 556....
Looks authentic to me. The upholstery is a horrible non-factory job.