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DCM Chairs by Charles and Ray Eames for Vitra, Set of 2

Herman Miller and German manufacturer Vitra share many of the same licenses for midcentury modern masterpieces, the former sold in North America and the later in Europe. Much debate surrounds whether one produces better products than the other. The rivalry between the two companies notwithstanding, Herman Miller pieces have been extensively exhibited and acquisitioned into the permanent collections of institutions such as New York’s Museum of Modern Art, London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, and even Weil am Rhein’s Vitra Design Museum—and many, many more.

* All images courtesy of Herman Miller.

This set of vintage DCM chairs was designed by Charles and Ray Eames and produced by Vitra in natural ash. These plywood chairs were made with a chromed steel frame which gave them a lightness and created tension between the two contrasting materials. Both chairs are in great condition with minimal signs of wear.

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