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Herman Miller Eames Chair

Availability: In stock

£1,295.00

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Genuine Eames Soft Pad Chair

Original design by Charles and Ray Eames. Charles Eames, Jr (1907 - 1978) was an American designer, architect and filmmaker who, together with his wife Ray, is responsible for many iconic designs of the last century, including these classic inspired Eames office chairs. Eames office chair is classical design and simple structure, great comfortable feeling and good to your health. Aluminum alloy chromed frame and base. Leather Upholstery.Tilt, swivel, height adjust gas-lift. Eames office chair suitable for worldwide modern office & home.

Condition: Used, Excellent

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Genuine Eames Soft Pad Chair Original design by Charles and Ray Eames. Charles Eames, Jr (1907 - 1978) was an American designer, architect and filmmaker who, together with his wife Ray, is responsible for many iconic designs of the last century, including these classic inspired Eames office chairs. Eames office chair is classical design and simple structure, great comfortable feeling and good to your health. Aluminum alloy chromed frame and base. Leather Upholstery.Tilt, swivel, height adjust gas-lift. Eames office chair suitable for worldwide modern office & home. Condition: Used, Excellent

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