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    Posted 10 years ago

    clubgrubb12
    (1 item)

    Vintage Charles Eames Chairs-My Aunt owned these chairs along with may other Teak Den/Lounge furniture ,Diningroom table and freestanding buffet. These are the only two items left of the collection. I never realized how innovative they were when I was young but always remember how cool my Aunt Marylyn's style was.

    This chair has the 4, 2, 5 screw pattern and a clear label. I would love to know the exact year and model.

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    1. happyvintagecamper, 8 years ago
      Hello. I have two chairs that look exactly like the Eames Molded Plywood DCW but mine have no Herman Miller label, and from what I can tell there isn't a faded place where one once was. We've had these since the early 60's. Wondering, was there another company copying Eames back then? Any feedback greatly appreciated, thanks!

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