Knoll Lounge Chair by Jens Risom C. 1940s

$800

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Description

Early example of one of the first chairs produced by Knoll c. 1943 in original "upgraded" purple webbing. Constructed of ... more

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Dimensions
21.0ʺW × 29.0ʺD × 31.0ʺH
Condition
Good Moderate wear and tear, but still has good years left
Styles
Mid-Century Modern
Maker
Jens Risom

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LOCAL STRANGE in San Francisco, CA

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  • "There has been no work done to the chair, it was purchased from original owner and always lived in the same room. To answer the question..."

    March 16, 2016, 6:43 p.m.

  • "The condition of the wood is great! Structurally and visually, there are no cracks or chips throughout the chair either. Could be a perfect candidate for new webbing, or left in its original condition. In addition, I have further researched the knoll label and it actually is a 1940s version which puts the chair in very early production. Feel free to ask any questions, it's one of my favorites! Cheers"

    March 16, 2016, 6:41 p.m.

  • "Hi! Thank you for your explanation regarding the fabric. Curious to know the condition of the chair's wood frame & if it has had any restoration work or requires any now. Thank you."

    March 16, 2016, 4:53 p.m.

  • "D M.:D M.: hey thanks for the question, the chair is an early 50s era and bears the early knoll label which is documented in one photo. The "good" condition and not "excellent" is due to small areas of the fabric fraying (pictured) and an even fade of the fabric's original purple color."

    March 13, 2016, 11:14 p.m.

  • "Hello! What is the approx age of this chair? Also, you say the chair is in 'good' condition. What distinguishes it as being 'good' as opposed to excellent? Thank you"

    March 13, 2016, 5:56 p.m.