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Date Listed 22-Nov-16
Price
$290.00
Address St. John's, NL A1C3E6
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For Sale By Owner

Virtually new condition, classic midcentury designer chair for less than half the price of a new one.

The following description is from the Herman Miller website where you can order this same chair online in the US for $599 USD plus shipping:
http://www.hermanmiller.com/products/seating/multi-use-guest-chairs/nelson-swag-leg-armchair.html

"Nelson Swag Leg Armchair

This armchair is part of a collection that was born of George Nelson’s desire to create furniture with a sculpted leg, and he had very specific ideas about how that leg would take its form. He wanted the base to be gracefully curved, crafted from metal, machine formed and prefinished, as well as easily assembled and disassembled so it could be shipped conveniently and made more affordable. Swaging, the use of pressure to taper and bend metal tubes, proved to be the smartest method for producing these legs, and it is this process that lends its name to Nelson’s distinctive design.

For the chair’s seat shell, Nelson combined separate seat and back pieces to form a sculptural shape that fits and flexes with the body. A slit between the seat and back helps prevent heat build-up. Wide, flat arms provide a comfortable place to rest forearms. Placed at a desk or situated around tables in dining areas or conference rooms, this timeless, distinctive chair fits today's needs as it did when it was first introduced in 1958."
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