1940s Restored Rattan Dark Stained Three-Strand "Staple" Arm Lounge Chair

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27.00 (in)
28.00 (in)
27.00 (in)
Restored original 1948 Paul Laszlo-designed two-strand "Staple Arm" lounge chair finished with a dark chestnut stain. The chair features three-strand staple-shaped arms with v-shaped crossbars and an arched base and back. 1948, United States We only purchase and sell only the best and finest rattan furniture made by the best and most well-known American designers and manufacturers including Ritts Company. (Herb Sr. and Shirley Ritts) Tropitan Seven Seas Rattan Paul Frankl Tropical Sun Rattan These designers and companies helped to popularize rattan furniture in the United States during the 1930s thru the 1960s. Shirley Ritts was the mother of the photographer and music video director Herb Ritts Jr. Shirley Ritts was born in Baltimore, Maryland on October 28, 1920. Herb Ritts Sr. also invented the "S springs" under the cushions in the early 50s and replaced the wrapping with preformed plastic. Paul Frankl came from New York just before the Depression after a great run designing his renowned Skyscraper furniture line. He designed and decorated the homes of HollywoodEEEEEEEfs top stars and producers from his Beverly Hills shop. Paul Laszl? was a Hungarian-born architect and interior designer whose work spanned eight decades and many countries. L?szl? built his reputation while designing interiors for houses in the 1950s to 60s, including rattan furniture in his own style. C.W. Fishbeck started "Sun Rattan of Pasadena in 1905. Tropical Sun proatttttt

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