A reedition 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. This deep and deceptively comfortable chair combines modernist lines with old-fashioned materials.
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Made of solid white oak or ebonized oak and hand-woven rush.
Seat: 18"H x 18.5"D
The wood finishes available for this chair are as follows:
Light Walnut, Dark Walnut, Cerused, Ebonized, & Painted White.
Custom Seat Cushions are also available.
The chair starts at $2,000, and is made-to-order with an 8-10 week lead time. 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!