Eames 670 Rosewood Lounge & Ottoman

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Classic Eames 670 lounge and ottoman, what sets this one apart from most others is the more interesting patterns in the Brazilian Rosewood, creating the look that purists covet.
Details
Place of Origin
United States
Date of Manufacture
Circa 1970's
Period
20th Century
Materials and Techniques
Rosewood
Leather
Aluminum
Condition
Excellent condition, the wood shells have been restored, the leather is original and is in great vintage condition.
Dealer Location
San Francisco, CA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
U0904258369321
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1stdibs seller since 2007
Located in San Francisco, CA

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