Iconic near pair of pretzel chairs designed by Norman Cherner and made by Plycraft. These chairs are not identical but slightly different version, one retains its original Plycraft label.
Norman Cherner was an American architect and designer. He studied and taught at Columbia University, and was an instructor at MoMA in the late 1940s. There, he became steeped in the MoMA-favored Bauhaus approach, where all the aspects and media of design were considered.
The Pretzel chair was designed by in 1952 and produced by a Massachusetts-based company Plycraft.