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post #1021 of 3471
Swanky. They comfortable?
post #1022 of 3471
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Originally Posted by Kookz View Post
I just bought a pair of these. George Mulhauser, made by Plycraft, circa 1964ish.


My dad had one of these when I was growing up. Same upholstery and everything as yours. Asked Mom what they did with it. They got tired of it, bought new furniture and had the trash guy haul it off.

I bought one of these recently (with the ottoman). The wood is in great shape. Different base than this one has. Upholstery (white fabric) is rough. Need to have it redone at some point.
post #1023 of 3471
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
Swanky. They comfortable?

Yeah, they're quite good. I'm still getting comfortable with really using them being that they're now in an apartment filled with 25-30 year old guys, when they've spent the last 45 years getting very little use in a single sitting room of a house in CT, but I really enjoy them so far.
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post #1025 of 3471
yay or nay for this noguchi sofa for a feminine apartment? not mine btw.

post #1026 of 3471
nay
post #1027 of 3471
no
post #1028 of 3471
nay
post #1029 of 3471
My wife is looking at a Kittinger Coffee Table by Theodore Muller. I've never seen one of these, so what do I need to know? lefty
post #1030 of 3471
nay
post #1031 of 3471
Deets, please.

Collectible nay or design nay?

lefty
post #1032 of 3471
Just not crazy about it. I think I have seen some smaller tables of his that I like better.
post #1033 of 3471
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post
so what do I need to know?

It's ugly.
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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post
Just not crazy about it. I think I have seen some smaller tables of his that I like better.
Never heard of him before yesterday. At 48 x 15 it is a big table, but I have a little James Mont/Dorothy Draper thing going on these days and am moving more in this direction.
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It's ugly.
I have uglier furniture - I own an original womb chair. Own for a short time that is. It's heading off to Sotheby's next month. lefty
post #1035 of 3471
womb chairs are far from ugly
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