DSW Elephant Gray Chair by Charles & Ray Eames - Herman Miller - Vintage

$658.00
Type: Eames
delivered within 2 to 4 weeks

DSW Elephant Gray Chair by Charles & Ray Eames - Herman Miller - Vintage - DSW - Dowel Base Base Walnut is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.

Partager avec un ami

DSW Elephant Gray Chair by Charles & Ray Eames - Herman Miller - Vintage

Exposed fiberglass chair in excellent condition.
Original vintage model Herman Miller edition, 1970.

Designer: Charles & Ray Eames
Brand: Herman Miller
Color: gray
Material: Fiberglass, walnut
Dimensions: L 47 cm x D 50 cm x H 82 cm (seat H 46 cm)

Availability: Contact us

Learn more about this product

Designed for the “Low-Cost Furniture Design” competition at MoMA in New York in 1950, the DSW is the result of the Eames couple's research into fiberglass molding, until then reserved for aeronautics. Its one-piece shell adapted to human anatomy is revolutionizing the furniture industry.
Icon of the 20th century, the DSW (Dining Side chair Wood) is part of history.
It was produced on a large scale from 1950 in the United States by the manufacturer Hermann Miller. This is the beginning of “mass design”.
The first Eames chairs from 1950, distributed by the American Herman Miller, will come from Zenith Plastics in Gardena, California.
After 1953, the publisher changed factories several times, but manufacturing remained American. In Europe, the rights to DSW will be purchased by Vitra.

Lightweight, versatile, easy to maintain, available in multiple colors and mass-produced, the Eames DSW chair has conquered interiors around the world and is now on display in the prestigious collections of modern art museums.
Versatile, the DSW chair can be found in offices as well as in private interiors.
Eames chairs were then available in numerous models: RAR rocking chair, DAW wooden-legged armchair, DAR eiffel-footed armchairs, etc.

Non-contractual photo. Various signs of age-related wear may be present.
For more details, please contact us.

Glossary of Eames chairs

The first letter of the name of Eames chairs corresponds to its use:
- D for Dine (dinner)
- L for Lounge (lounging)
- R for Rock (swing)
- P for Pivot

The second letter defines the type of chair:
- Chairs with armrests have an A for Armchair
- Accent chairs have an S for Side chair
- Standard chairs have a C for Chair (chair)
- Wire mesh chairs have a K for K-wire

The third letter defines the type of foot:
- W for Wood
- R for Rod
- X like the shape of the letter
- M for Metal
- S for Stacking
- CC like Cast aluminum Casters (casters)

Learn more about this designer

Charles and Ray Eames are a couple of emblematic designers of the 20th century. Very ahead of their time, they contributed to the democratization of designer furniture for the general public, in particular thanks to the invention of new industrial manufacturing techniques allowing mass production.
We owe them many emblematic design pieces from the 1950s and 60s combining comfort and ergonomics: the famous Lounge Chair, the DCW chair (Dining Chair Wood) or the armchair RAR (Rocking Armchair Rodbase).

Learn more about the brand

Herman Miller Inc. is an American office furniture and equipment company based in Zeeland, Michigan.
Created in 1905, the original company called Michigan Star Furniture was taken over in 1923 by one of its employees: DJ De Pree.
The company took the name of the man who helped him acquire it, Herman Miller, his father-in-law, a West Michigan businessman.
By the mid-20th century, the name Herman Miller became synonymous with "modern" furniture. Surrounding itself with designers such as George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames, the company produced creations that became great classics of industrial design.

We also include the names of Alvar Aalto, Don Chadwick, Alexander Girard, Paul Lázsló, Isamu Noguchi, Robert Probst, Gilbert Rohde, Gloria Sachs, Don Shepard, Bill Stumpf etc… among the designers who worked for Herman Miller.

Delivery and returns



DELIVERY TIME

Products in stock, shipped via La Poste Colissimo or GLS, are sent within 48 hours (working days). Your order is delivered to your home within 2 to 5 working days for products in stock.
A tracking number will be sent to you by email automatically.
Larger products are shipped by specialized carrier.
You will be contacted to set a time slot at your convenience.
We also ensure international delivery of all our products by La Poste Colissimo, GLS or by specialized carrier.


IN-STORE COLLECTION

Products in stock, standard size, are available immediately after your order in our store
THE WOODS GALLERY, 22 rue André del Sarte, 75018 Paris
during opening hours (check on Google)
Please show us your confirmation email when collecting.


Larger products must be collected by appointment.
Please contact us to agree on the date and time by email: contact@the-woods.fr.


EXCHANGES AND RETURNS

The customer has a period of fourteen days to exercise his right of withdrawal and return at his own expense the products which do not give him satisfaction in accordance with article L.121-20 of the Consumer Code ,
The products must be returned in their original packaging, in resalable condition.
Any product returned damaged will not be refunded.
PLEASE NOTE: any "personalized" product (choice of fabric, color of wood, custom dimensions, etc.) cannot be refunded: the product is not in stock and is specially made by the manufacturer to the customer.

Customer Reviews

No reviews yet
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)