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  • Eames Rosewood Screen/Room Divider FSW-6 1996 edition
    By Charles and Ray Eames
    Located in Seattle, WA
    Limited edition of the Eames folding screen (FSW-6) in rosewood, numbered 322/500. The design of the screen was a clever combination of molded plywood panels and a flexible cotton ca...
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    1990s North American Mid-Century Modern Screens and Room Dividers

    Materials

    Rosewood, Plywood

  • Original 1950s Eames for Herman Miller FSW-6 Folding Screen Room Divider
    By Herman Miller, Charles and Ray Eames
    Located in Brooklyn, NY
    An early molded plywood screen divider in calico ash, designed by Charles & Ray Eames, manufactured by Herman Miller. The screen's ingenious design allows it to be formed into a vari...
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    Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Screens and Room Dividers

    Materials

    Ash

  • Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Plywood Folding Screen Ash Veneer 1950s
    By Charles and Ray Eames, Herman Miller
    Located in Cathedral City, CA
    This is an iconic piece of American design history, designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1946, for Herman Miller. This example is one of the earlier versions produced between 1946-1955. The veneer is a warm ash. The connecting fabric is a cotton canvas and allows for the screen to bend in a multitude of ways producing a screen in a variant of formations and also allows the screen to fold nearly flat for storage or shipping. A true classic! We have included several detail photos so you can get a true picture of condition, As is common with these older screens...
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    Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Screens and Room Dividers

    Materials

    Ash, Plywood, Canvas

  • Eames 6 Panel Oak Room Divider by Herman Miller
    By Charles and Ray Eames, Herman Miller
    Located in Toledo, OH
    Eames 6 panel oak room divider by Herman Miller. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames and Manufactured by Herman Miller in the 1940's. A durable woven polypropylene mesh connects the 6 ...
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    Mid-20th Century Screens and Room Dividers

    Materials

    Oak, Bentwood

  • Relay Screen by Kathy Stanton for Herman Miller
    By Herman Miller
    Located in Chicago, IL
    c. 1980s. Corrugated orange plastic with black plastic trim. Made by Herman Miller in Michigan.
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    Vintage 1980s American Mid-Century Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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    Plastic

  • Early Rare Eames Screen Room Divider FSW-6 in Rosewood
    By Charles and Ray Eames
    Located in Seattle, WA
    An extremely rare first generation Eames FSW-6 privacy screen, in Rosewood Veneer at 68 height, with cotton fabric connector in good condition, no tears, fraying at the end. Rosewo...
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    Vintage 1970s North American Mid-Century Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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    Rosewood, Plywood

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