I found a few of these chairs, and the only mark I can find is from International Designers Group.
Bumping to see if anyone has ever seen legs like this with the big brass tips on the end.
Based on construction details these definitely look like more recent copies with modifications of what was a very pop
I think minimoma was right that you need to start with the design quality of the piece and then decide how much time
I've seen those pins in cast brass, used in built-in furniture from the turn of the century (1900).
Thanks, you got me googling - and I don't understand what I found.
Most Danish furniture of this era was shipped flat and assembled on arrival in the new country - much like Ikea furni
"And off topic, tall hairy-bellied Herman Miller reps can dance on my Noguchi cocktail table any time."
Hey retrolampguy, glad to see your post. I miss seeing you in Cambridge Antique center or on craigslist?
The questions Lief asked are pretty crucial to getting any further.
I actually had two table tops, but only one set of legs, so I put the legs on the larger and nicer of the two tops, w