Really odd.. have not seen it before. You can try contacting Knoll museum.
Some more photos... take forever to load on my computer though.
Well, not super hi-res, but larger photos with some zoom on the 1stdibs link.
@lief- I don't have a chair, was just curious. There are some high-res photos available online.
Thanks jesgord... That is my sentiment as well.
Looks like it was produced as part of a flat-pack set.
These look odd to me, because the shape of the shell looks more like contemporary Knoll production rather than vintag
Yes, the stamped numbers are the production date. Goes for other FDB products as well.
It's authentic Knoll.
No, Cherner never owned Plycraft.