Anni 60

Collection featuring Crate and Barrel Accent Chairs, Crate and Barrel Chairs, and 64 other items
  • Moda anni 60 (Foto)
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    La moda anni Sessanta ha cambiato per sempre il costume femminile e maschile, con soluzioni che anche a decenni di distanza sono ancora di moda e glamour. Ecco a voi i migliori capi direttamente da quegli splendidi anni.
  • Moda Anni 60 abiti a righe
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    Abiti a righe dai tagli trapezoidali nella moda degli anni Sessanta.
  • Moda anni 60 immagini e capi ancora attuali [FOTO]
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    Volete avere un look anni sessanta? Allora ecco alcuni consigli di stile che di certo vi potranno servire, magari se nell'armadi di vostra madre trovate qualche capo e accessorio ancora incredibilmente trendy!
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    Africa | One of the beautiful doors in Fes, Morocco | © Glen and Rob's Excellent Adventure | See more about morocco, door and africa.
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    untitled photo by Peter Knapp for The Sunday Times Magazine, 1967
  • Marilyn Monroe by George Barris 1962
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    Marilyn Monroe by George Barris 1962
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  • Crate & Barrel Chloe Chair
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    Graphic concentric diamonds in raspberry, grey, orange and beige overlap on neutral to redefine the classic living room slipper chair. Beautifully tailored with refined sloping curves and self-welting detail along the base. Sits comfortable and welcoming with an angle to the back. Lautrec-stained hardwood trestle base and legs. Also available in pomegranate leather. Chloe Chair in Diablo Raspberry is now on sale. Other colors available at additional cost. After you place your order, we will send a fabric swatch via next day air for your final approval. We will contact you to verify both your receipt and approval of the fabric swatch before finalizing your order. Eco-friendly construction. Certified sustainable, kiln-dried hardwood frame. Tight seat and back with soy-based polyfoam and fiber cushion. Sinuous wire spring suspension. Lautrec-stained hardwood base and legs. Upholstered in rayon-cotton blend. Benchmade. Made in North Carolina, USA.
  • Crate & Barrel Sasha Side Chair with Leather Welt
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    Glamour returns to the table in a modern upholstered chair that dresses up or down. Sleek contrasting-welted leather trim plays counterpart to basketweave upholstery, calling out its elegant curved padded back and underscoring its plush seat. Classic modern hardwood legs are stained a rich hickory. After you place your order, we will send a fabric swatch via next day air for your final approval. We will contact you to verify both your receipt and approval of the fabric swatch before finalizing your order.
  • Crate & Barrel Taraval 30" Ottoman with Oak Base
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    Exposed wood base takes a sturdy stance in clean-lined ottoman in a room-friendly neutral. Plump cushion is seamlessly upholstered in a textural weave of putty cotton. After you place your order, we will send a fabric swatch via next day air for your final approval. We will contact you to verify both your receipt and approval of the swatch before finalizing your order.
  • Petrie Chair
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    It was the most familiar furniture shape of the 1960s. And now it's coming back to a living room near you. This time around, it has tufted and buttoned cushions for a more classic, tailored look that sits deep and firm, but lets you slouch in comfort. Chic graphite grey fabric is treated with a new stain-repellant system that's actually in each fiber. Petrie is authentically styled light and lean with slim top-stitched track arms and delicate, tapered hardwood legs stained a dark ebony finish called deco. Also available in leather . Sectional also available. After you place your order, we will send a fabric swatch via next day air for your final approval. We will contact you to verify both your receipt and approval of the fabric swatch before finalizing your order.
  • Fossil 1960's Metal Street Sign
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    Add street-smart style to your home with a 1960’s metal “Main Street” sign. This is a second-hand vintage item. It is unique and we only have one for sale. This unique item is being sold "as-is" with no warranty.
  • 1960s Ligne Roset Chairs, Pair
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    One Kings Lane is an online marketplace that brings shoppers exceptional value on a spectacular collection of top-brand, designer, and vintage items for the home.
  • Irving Harper and George Nelson Vitra Miniatures Collection: Marshmallow Sofa
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    Each handmade Vitra miniature is a classic in the history of furniture design reduced in size at a scale of 1:6. True to the original pieces in structure and, the miniatures are precision-crafted, making them a thoughtful gift for a furniture lover or design professional. If only all design "failures" were so successful. The inspiration for the Nelson Marshmallow Sofa (1956) was launched when an inventor approached George Nelson and Irving Harper with a planned "self-skinned" injection plastic disc that would be inexpensive to produce and unerringly durable. As the proposed cushions had a maximum diameter of 12", the designers perched 18 of them atop a steel frame. Sadly, the inventor's vision for high-resiliency, low-cost cushions never came to fruition, but the design was so compelling that Herman Miller chose to produce it anyway. The atom-like appearance of the Marshmallow Sofa is a precursor to the aesthetic style of the pop art of the 1960s. Each Vitra miniature comes handsomely packaged in a wood box with an informational booklet.
  • Lomography Mint Diana Dreamer Camera
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    Lomography Diana + Dreamer Camera. Dream On. Dating back to the early 1960s, the all-plastic Diana camera is a cult legend - famous for its dreamy, radiant, and lo-fi images.
  • Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Toio Floor Lamp
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    The extendable Toio Floor Lamp, designed by the prolific Italian design duo of brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in the early 1960s, was part of a series of ready-made products that borrowed from the philosophies of the Dada art movement. Inspired by a car headlight, the designers used found objects as the basis for the floor lamp. With their unique and witty design sensibility, the Castiglioni brothers developed a look which was both industrial and functional, becoming originators of the Italian Rationalist movement. A 300-watt car reflector bulb, attached to a metal stem, is weighted by the transformer at the base pedestal while the electrical wire is pinned to the stem by fishing-rod screws. Products such as this one and the Mezzadro and Sella stools, both from 1957, celebrate the ingenuity of the mundane or everyday object, with the minimum of intervention.
  • An image of Eartha Kitt
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    Watch videos & listen free to Eartha Kitt: Santa Baby, Santa Baby - Remastered 2001 & more, plus 53 pictures. Eartha Mae Kitt (January 17, 1927 - December 25, 2008), was an American actress, singer, and cabaret star. She was perhaps best known for her 1953 Christmas song Santa Baby. Orson Welles once called her the "most exciting woman in the world". She took on the role of Catwoman for the fourth season of the 1960s Batman TV series, replacing Julie Newmar who was unavailable for the final series. Born in tiny North, South Carolina to Mamie Kitt, who was of Cherokee and African-American descent, and an American father (surname Kitt) of German and Dutch descent, she was raised by her maternal aunt Anna Mae Riley, whom she believed was her mother up until after Riley’s death, when she was sent to live in New York City with her real mother. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm.
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  • Herman Miller® Eames® Walnut Stool
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    Design Charles & Ray Eames, 1960. Solid walnut. Made by Herman Miller® "You know what looks good can change, but what works works." -Ray Eames. Ray Eames drew on her training as a sculptor to design a new kind of occasional piece for the lobby of the Time-Life Building in New York City. Eames walnut stools became her favorite seats and were liberally scattered about the Charles and Ray Eames home in Pacific Palisades. Made of solid walnut, these stools can be used anywhere and are beautifully versatile. Besides being places to sit, they also serve as low tables, display surfaces, or simply objects of art to be admired. A museum curator once ordered two of these stools for his son and daughter. "Graduation gifts?" he was asked. "No," he said, "the kids are only five and three. But I want them to have the experience of growing up with something truly good that they can keep all their lives." With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." The Eames stools are solid walnut and the center section of the stool comes in three distinctively sculpted profiles. The top surface and the smaller bottom surface are both concave. 13" top dia. | 11" bottom dia. | 15" h.
  • The Swinging Sixties
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  • Le Klint 172C pendant
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    Le Klint 172 is perhaps the most well-known Le Klint lamp. Its background dates back to the 1960s, when Jan Klint - the managing director of Le Klint at the time - realised that even classics need new incentives. A young student of architecture and a shining talent in design, Poul Christiansen, turned up and brought models for a range of magical lamps with him. With their seemingly random order, the magic of the Sine Line lamps still form a contrast to the straight lines of the pleated lamps. Manufacturer: Le Klint. Design: Poul Christiansen. Size: Diameter 66 cm, height 60 cm. Material: Hand pleated and color-stabilized white PVC which is completely washable and anti-static. Color: White. Light source: Max. 150 W. Mounting: Cable length: 5 m. Canopy: Included.
  • Clothing images from 1962
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    A small but growing collection of fashion illustrations from the 1960s - all scanned from period sources, such as pattern books and magazines. Good for sewers and non-sewers alike - many groovy pictures of fab fashions.
  • Carl Hansen Hans Wegner CH445 Wing Chair
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    Originally designed in 1960 this well proportioned cousin to the OX Chair was only produced in very limited numbers. The CH445 Wing Chair has been placed into series production by Carl Hansen since 2006 with a stainless steel underframe and upholstery in fabric or leather. Moulded cold foam with a stainless steel frame. Please contact us if you wish to discuss other fabric options.
  • Couture October 1968
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    Inspired by fashion statements of the 1950’s and 1960’s, our Couture Series adorns your walls with bold pieces of fashionable art. Impressive as stand-alone pieces, our Couture Series makes a stunning statement when hung as a series. Print mounted to a wooden box and laminated with a glossy finish. Edges of the box are black.
  • Juxtapoz Magazine - NYC Skateboarding in the 1960s by Bill Eppridge | Current
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    Online version of the leading monthly contemporary and underground art bible, Juxtapoz Art and Culture Magazine, with featured articles, blogs, video, reader art, gallery guides, forums, and archives.
  • Menu Design Menu - Verner Panton Thermo Cup
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    Always modern and already a classic: The Verner Panton thermo cup from Menu connects the awarded thermo cups from Pernille Vea with the famous graphic-design from Verner Panton. Verner Panton has always been a leader – ready to experiment with new forms, styles and technologies. His multicoloured design out of round and angular forms expresses curiosity, optimism and happiness. The pattern on the Menu thermo cups is called Geometri 1 and comes from the year 1960. It is Panton’s first and most famous fabric design, for which he received the International Design Award in the USA in 1963. The thermo cups consist of two layers of porcelain with a wooden room in between. Therefore the mugs possess a slight insulating function: They protect the hands from the hot content and keep the drink on the right temperature for a long time. The Verner Panton thermo cups from Menu are available in numerous colours and sizes.
  • Verpan - Moon Pendant Light
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    Timeless and beautiful as well as the eponymous celestial body: Verner Panton already designed the Moon lamp in 1960 in cooperation with Louis Poulsen. The pendant lamp grows and decreases as well as the moon. The growth and decrease is possible by the multiple rings that are placed flexibly around the central illuminant (E27 max. 60 W). The fan-like lamellae hide the illuminant and serve as reflectors at the same time, where soft light runs through, being spread all around the room. The room’s light is individually and easily adjusted in its intensity and effect by the flexible placing of the white metal lamellae. The spherical, sculptural pendant lamp, which is manufactured by Verpan today, is available in two sizes (Ø 34 cm und Ø 44.5 cm) and it is delivered including a white textile cable and a chrome plated baldachin. Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.
  • Kitty
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    For this collaboration Jessie Randall, Creative Director, for Loeffler Randall, was inspired to modernize a 1960's cat eye frame using leather covering as a nod to her leather accessories brand. “The cat eye shape is something I love because it is very flattering and inherently fun, chic and elegant.”
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  • Artek Kiki Lounge Chair
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    Design Ilmari Tapiovaara, 1960. Lacquered steel frame, PU foam & dacron, upholstery. Made in Finland by Artek. Tapiovaara wanted to design inexpensive furniture for a broader audience. He made use of materials that were readily available in Finland in the 1940s, such as solid birch. Later in the 1950s, he began to develop multipurpose chairs made of steel tubing and plywood. Ilmari Tapiovaara designed Kiki in 1960. It was originally conceived as a chair whose stackability allowed it to be used to seat large groups, such as in auditoriums. In the Kiki series Tapiovaara employed a more clean cut design idiom instead of the more organic style he had favored previously. Instead of wood, he chose oval steel tubing as the structural and unifying element of the whole Kiki collection. Kiki was a success, establishing the current direction for furniture design at this time. Kiki's timeless and elegant design idiom has made it one of the most popular pieces of public furniture in Finland. Llmari Tapiovaara was one of the greatest interior architects and designers of his era. With the mind of an explorer and a soul of a craftsman, Tapiovaara was always seeking for new solutions to improve everyday objects. During his long career Tapiovaara created dozens of iconic objects loved by the public. He was revered as a master of characteristic and human objects and surroundings who captured the essence of Finnish identity. Ilmari Tapiovaara was awarded a total of six gold medals at the Milan Triennials as well as many other important awards throughout his career. 23.6" w | 29.5" d | 26.7" h | seat: 15.4" h.
  • Vintage Fashion 1960s
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    Wife & mommy with a passion for vintage, classic movies & childrens clothing design. I don't claim copyright or ownership of any pins unless noted. Athena is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
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    Wife & mommy with a passion for vintage, classic movies & childrens clothing design. I don't claim copyright or ownership of any pins unless noted. Athena is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
  • Fashion Trends For The Spring Summer Of 2013
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    The spring and summer 2013 fashion collections have made their way to the runways. Most 'designers' have once again taken inspiration from the classic designs of the 1960s. The era where 'Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' set the trend for classic fashion. I reg...
  • Stan's Drive-in, Hollywood 1958
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    This is a nighttime view of Stan's drive-in coffee shop where customers are served food in their parked cars in Hollywood, Ca., on March 26, 1958. (AP Photo) The drive-in diner is an American icon of the 1950’s and early 1960’s. With car-hops toting trays loaded with hamburgers, fries and malts out to crowded parking lots full of hungry customers dining in their cars, these were places not only to eat but to gather. The place to hook up with friends, to take your date after a movie, to show off your freshly polished jalopy, to “accidentally” run into that special boy or girl from school, or flirt with someone new in the next car. The place to see and be seen!
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    Wife & mommy with a passion for vintage, classic movies & childrens clothing design. I don't claim copyright or ownership of any pins unless noted. Athena is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
  • Marilyn Monroe
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    Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962) was an American actress, model, and singer, who became a major sex symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the 1950s and early 1960s. After spending much of her childhood in foster homes, Monroe began a career as a model, which led to a film contract in 1946 with Twentieth Century-Fox. Her early film appearances were minor, but her performances in The Asphalt Jungle and All About Eve (both 1950), drew attention to her. By 1953, Monroe had progressed to a leading role in Niagara (1953), a melodramatic film noir that dwelt on her seductiveness. Her dumb blonde persona was used to comic effect in subsequent films such as Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) and The Seven Year Itch (1955). Limited by typecasting, Monroe studied at the Actors Studio to broaden her range. Her dramatic performance in Bus Stop (1956) was hailed by critics and garnered a Golden Globe nomination. Her production company, Marilyn Monroe Productions, released The Prince and the Showgirl (1957), for which she received a BAFTA Award nomination and won a David di Donatello award. She received a Golden Globe Award for her performance in Some Like It Hot (1959). Monroe's last completed film was The Misfits, co-starring Clark Gable with screenplay by her then-husband, Arthur Miller. Fotopedia encyclopedia: images, pictures, photos, photographs for humanity.
  • Pierre Paulin for Magis Flower Chair
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    Designer: Pierre Paulin for Magis. The Flower Chair has an organic modern shape and a beautiful modern design with a fluid form. Graciously designed by Pierre Paulin. The Flower Chair is a classic design from Pierre Paulin. The new low lounge chair pays tribute to the vintage flower chair from Pierre Paulin originally designed in the 1960's. The Flower chair is a low lounge chair available in three transparent polycarbonate colors; clear, smoke grey, and light brown. Seat cushion are available in polyurethane with Kvadrat fabric or finished in leather in several different colors. Pierre Paulin's Flower Chair is like a sculpture and visually beautiful from all sides. Pierre Paulin's.
  • A l'intérieur du Jardin Secret
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  • Yrjö Kukkapuro Ateljee sofa, 3-seater
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    Ateljee series is an evergreen of the designer Yjö Kukkapuro who designed this seating range in the early 1960´s. The Ateljee range was launched in 1964 and only one year later MoMA made it a part of their permanent collection. Ateljee range consists of a lounge chair and a 2-seater and 3-seater sofas. Design: Yrjö Kukkapuro. Size: Height 720 mm, seat height 430 mm, width 2260 mm, depth 835 mm. Material: Elements for armrest and backrest in black stained birch, modular base of steel tube, legs in solid birch stained black, detachable seating pillows upholstered with black leather. Color: Black.
  • An image of Doris Day
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    Watch videos & listen free to Doris Day: Que Sera Sera, Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps & more, plus 108 pictures. Doris Mary Ann von Kappelhoff (born April 3, 1924) is an American singer, actress, and animal welfare advocate known as Doris Day. A vivacious blonde with a wholesome image, Day was one of the most prolific actresses of the 1950s and 1960s. Able to sing, dance, and play comedy and dramatic roles, she has been an all-round star whose personality has permeated many popular and diverse movies. Doris grew up in a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio. She started out a dancer, but at an early age an automobile accident prevented her from furthering a career in dance. She began taking singing more seriously after her accident and her mother got her a vocal coach. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm.
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  • KATHELEYS VINTAGE 1960's handbag
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    Black and white patent handbag from Katheleys Vintage featuring a black shoulder strap, a silver-tone clasp fastening, fully lined and an internal zip fastening pocket. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections.
  • Kerstin Horlin-Holmquist Sofa
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    For Sale on 1stdibs - Three-seat sofa by Swedish designer Kersitn Horlin-Holmquist, produced by Nordiska Kompaniet, c. 1960's. Newly upholstered in a pale blue linen fabric.
  • Vitra - Cushion Maharam: Geometri black/white
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    The cushion Maharam Geometri black/white was designed by Verner Panton in the year 1960. The cover shows the typical Panton combination of round and square forms whose contrasts are even stronger because of the colour. The cushion itself consists of feathers and polyurethane foam. Many of the architects and designer of the 20th century occupied their selves with the design of textiles realizing their idea of colours, forms and materials. The New Yorker textiles company Maharam reedited some of the most significant furniture textile-designs as high quality in their colour and faithful in their weaving technique. The sofa and seat cushions from the “Textiles of the 20th century” series from Vitra are an ideal fulfilling of the furniture from Charles & Ray Eames, George Nelson and Verner Panton, setting also an own accent in contemporaneous and classic interiors.
  • 1950s and 1960s Theme Party Entertainment - Theme Party Entertainment Florida
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    1950s and 1960s Theme Parties. Broward 50s 60s Disc Jockey, Dade 50s 60s Disc Jockey, Palm Beach 50s 60s Disc Jockey.
  • The Big Apple
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    Stylishly rendered, The Big Apple has been artfully collaged to capture the essence of New York. With a nod to 1960s poster art, its tableaux feel effortlessly presents The City That Never Sleeps with depth and interest. Referencing the hustle and bustle of the city streets, The Big Apple layers iconic skyscrapers and landmarks together with street names notorious for their individualism in a visually stunning manner. Gallery wrapped giclee canvas with gel texture.
  • 1960 1966 Chevrolet trucks stand the test of time
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    "I always tell people it works better than it looks." 
    I’ve mentioned in this column before about our old truck “Mater”.  It’s
  • Carl Hansen CH468 Oculus Chair in Fabric
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    CH468 Oculus Chair with Fabric Upholstery: The Oculus Chair is a very comfortable, upholstered armchair designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960, but not put into production until 2010. The armchair features a round and roomy upholstered back and large armrests - a comely contrast to the lightweight stainless steel legs. The chair is the natural centre of attention in the living room, on its own or in groups. Add the CH446 Footrest for added comfort. Jules Seltzer Associates offers the CH445 Chair in Tonus, Divina & Divina Melange Maharam fabrics . Also available: Oculus Chair with Leather Upholstery. **Please be sure to include the number of your color choice as listed on the Maharam fabric pdf. Please contact us if you would like fabric options not shown or if you have any other questions.

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really fashion vintage armchairs cara!!

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