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Chair by Deborah Ehrlich

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Constructed by a master craftsman as well as talented sculptor - and his all female team in RI - the simplicity and elegance of these chairs can only come to life with the very best of their talent. They use traditional joinery and thoughtful consideration to attain the precision that is necessary for a design to become as invisible as it is natural. Wanting a feminine chair she could carry with minimal effort, these chairs are as delicate as they are phenomenally strong. Made from wood such as hickory heart, she had asked that they be made from a material that would have the relative strength as the crystal she uses for her glassware. The result is the beautiful combination of strength and beauty.

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Hickory Heart, Bleached Ash, Inked Black Hickory Heart


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    High Falls, NY
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Deborah Ehrlich LLC

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Deborah Ehrlich has been known for her exquisitely simple crystal glassware since 1999, launching her career with Takashimaya and Moss. Her work is featured in collections around the world, including March SF, E.R. Butler&Co., and Blue Hill at Stone Barns. Classically trained as a sculptor, each piece is a union of contemporary forms and traditional techniques. With her commitment to the highest quality artisanship, her work is instantly recognizable for its purity and delicacy. Designed in the Hudson Valley, her crystal is paper thin, clear as water, and absolutely flawless. Hand blown, cut, and polished by master craftsmen in Sweden, the strength of the crystal enables her to push the limits between elegance and strength. Her furniture and light installations are fabricated with incredible attention to detail, using traditional techniques, by one of the most highly skilled artisans in the United States. The quality of the work speaks for itself, and has created a loyal following for over 18 years. “Knowing when you’ve found a perfectly balanced proportion is no guessing game,” she says. “It’s like feeling in the dark for a door handle—when you come upon it, the emptiness becomes structured. It’s very, very clear that by finding it, you are holding onto a much larger piece of architecture.”

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5 / 5
1stdibs seller since 2017
Located in High Falls, NY
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