Size: OH 43 inches x OW 25 inches x OD 30 inches x seat depth 21 1/2 inches
Origin: Troy, New York
Condition: Contained within the description
Maker: Designed 1845 by U.S. inventor Thomas E. Warren
Provenance: Ex. Collection: Gerald Kornblau, New York
Date: Shop active 1840-60
Description: Painted cast iron and steel with wood and silk velvet upholstery, a replication of the original fabric and fringe. A forerunner of the Aeron Ergonomic Chair for Herman Miller as it rotates on a central column and allows for adjustment of the angle of the seat. A similar example was exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, Florida, which traveled extensively in 2011 and was accompanied by a book "The Art of Seating 200 years of American Chair Design".
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