Fall Great Estates Curated Auction
By Willow Auction House
Oct 6, 2022
2 Frassetto Way Lincoln Park, NJ 07035, United States

Willow Auction House's Fall Great Estates Curated Auction features nearly 200 lots of first edition books, furniture, artwork and ethnographic items.

The sale features a large selection of books from a private New York City collector, including first editions and publications in their original serialized parts by George Eliot, Thomas Hardy, Charlotte Bronte, H.G. Wells, William Makepeace Thackeray and Charles Dickens.

Also up for auction is a variety of mid-century modern, oak and English furniture, including pieces by Tommi Parzinger, Paul Evans, Eames and Harvey Probber.

The sale also includes a large selection of artwork, including paintings by William Merritt Chase, Hermann Herzog, David Burliuk and Alfred Kowalski, as well as an Andy Warhol Cow Screenprint on wallpaper, and a large Franz Bergman cold painted bronze.

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LOT 19:

Eames Lounge Chair And Ottoman Herman Miller

Sold for: $3,000
Start price:
$ 400
Estimated price :
$800 - $1,200
Buyer's Premium: 28% More details

Eames Lounge Chair And Ottoman Herman Miller
Charles Eames (American, Missouri, 1907-1978) and Ray Eames (American, California, 1912-1988) for Herman Miller. Molded wood veneer shell with black leather upholstery, brushed aluminum mounts, swivel chair with stationary stool. Herman Miller Early Black Strip Label on underside of seat and ottoman (1970-1984). Patent Label D155273-3124390 (1964-1978). Chair back and seat are separated from each other. White scuff marks and scratches to shell of seat. Scratches and losses to veneer on shell of ottoman. Wear and light stain to right arm of chair, veneer loss to shell of chair back.
Chair back: 25" H x 32" L x 17" W
Chair seat: 18" H x 26" L x 26" W
Ottoman: 16" H x 25 1/2" L x 22" W
Condition: Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition. Photos are considered part of the condition report. Complete condition information is available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the auction. All lots are offered and sold "as is", and Willow Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated.