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.
Yes. All 71s have plywood backs.
In fact it is so not contemporary it was designed in 1956.
I am sure some other people know what this is.
I really don’t know what I am going to do with them so I would be willing to sell one.
Technical terms are often very useless for this sort of thing because nobody else uses the technical terms, or uses t
Photos of the never used Møller 75 backrest replacements. (Forgot I have 3 of them).
In the case of Kofod Larsen for Selig chairs that had similarities to earlier Peabody for Selig chairs, I think it ma
@frankielemmons: I will take some photos of the møller backrests. I need to do a bit of digging to get to them.
I actually do have the perfect fix for your backrest.
The Shield Chair company in California made a chair either remarkably like this, or exactly this chair.