Vintage Eames bench in fiberglass for Vitra, 1970
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About this vintage design furniture
Original bench EAMES Edition VITRA of the 70s. This bench is simply superb and in a really excellent state of preservation. It was first used in a large Swiss company and then in a French medical practice. It is now up to you to give it a new life In a large living room, along a table, for a waiting room or an entrance The set is modular and allows you to change the place of the shells and the shelves. In addition to these 3 beautiful seats, this bench has 1 original shelf, which is also in very good condition and has almost no defects. They can be used for decoration, plants,... The shells are made of fiberglass, the seats are made of foam and fabric and the base is made of black and chromed cast aluminum. The shells show some traces of use but the fabrics are almost new. The green and grey cushions have been reupholstered some time ago at Vitra. They do not have any stains or cracks. The set has been completely disassembled and cleaned. It is therefore ready for use and take a new start Dimensions: Seat height 46cm Back height 81cm Width feet 251cm Depth 56cm Shelves 56x43cm Hull width 47cm Hull depth 45cm Delivery in France only. For a delivery in Europe, please ask us for an estimate. Possibility to make a batch with a 4 or 2 seats version.Reference : 225001
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- 251 cm
- 81 cm
- 56 cm
- Charles & Ray Eames
- Main material
- Fiber glass
- Other material
- Cast aluminum
delivery and return
- Shipped from : France
- Delivery time :
- 1 week for small items
- 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
- Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery
About the designer
Charles & Ray Eames1907 - 1978
Charles & Ray Eames are a legendary couple of American designers, known worldwide. They have designed numerous pieces of design furniture in the fifties and sixties.