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A re-edition of a chair bought at a Hollywood memorabilia auction and attributed to legendary designer, T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings. The original was made famous in a scene of the 1953 hit movie How to Marry a Millionaire featuring Lauren Bacall and Marilyn Monroe. The deceptively comfortable chair is made of oak by hand in Los Angeles.
CLICK HERE to see available wood finishes. Finishes available are Light Walnut, Dark Walnut, Cerused, Dark Cerused, Grey, Ebonized, Painted White, and Painted Green with Paper rush.
Dimensions: 18.5"W x 18.5"D x 35.5"H Seat: 18.5"D x 18"H
Custom seat cushions are also available and sold separately. Click here!
The chair starts at $2,000 and is made-to-order with an approximately 8-10 week lead time. Please contact us directly for current lead times. Shipping costs vary depending on location, and are not included in your online purchase. For a custom quote, fabric questions, or shipping recommendations, please contact our showroom directly--we are happy to help!