Item no. 5015 / Norman Bel Geddes

Norman Bel Geddes Mid-Century Modern Slipper Chair, Newly Reupholstered

$895.00

An exceptional mid-century modern slipper chair by famed American industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes for Valley Furniture, circa 1940s. The chair has been newly reupholstered in gorgeous Knoll fabric in cream and tan. It has beautiful tapered solid teak legs. The original label is present. The chair is in excellent condition; ready for immediate use.

The chair measures 21″W x 30″D x 39″H. Seat height is 18″.

Details
Brand/Designer
Norman Bel Geddes
Country
USA
Era
Circa 1940s
Material
Fabric, Teak
Condition
Excellent
Dimensions
Width
21"
Depth
30"
Height
39"
Condition Notes
Excellent condition. Newly reupholstered. Very minor wear to legs.

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