In 1928, it was the first such tubular-steel frame caned seat type of chair that was mass-produced. It was among the 10 most common such chairs.One of the original ones from that time sits in the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. Associate Curator at the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art, Cara McCarty, referred to the chair as being among the 10 most important chairs of the 20th century. Made in Italy 1970's.
Price is for both chairs. Note: chairs are from different sets. Use the pictures as part of the description. The are a couple small break that are hardly noticeable on each of the seats. Cane on back rests are in excellent condition.
The chair with no arm rest does have some minor chipping that is occurring on the front part of the seat. Minor wear on the bottom part of the front seat.Chrome is in good condition, with some spots. All vintage items are just that; used and loved through the years. Vintage items may show signs of wear, fading, stains, spots, tears, holes, etc.
I do my best to show all angles of the item in the photos if I notice unusual wear. By placing an order, you are saying you are satisfied with the condition and have inquired about any questions you may have. I want you to have as much detail as possible so you know exactly what you are purchasing.The item "Mid Century Modern Cesca Chairs Chrome Dining Marcel Breuer 1960s Rare Vintage" is in sale since Saturday, January 30, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Chairs\Post-1950".
The seller is "tipsyhussle" and is located in Combined Locks, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped to United States.