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  • "T" Chair, 1952
  • steel, plastic.
  • Museum purchase from Decorative Arts Association Acquisition Fund.
  • 1991-47-2
  • Triad Chair, 2006
  • gilt fiberglass.
  • Gift of Wendell Castle, Courtesy of Barry Friedman, Ltd..
  • 2008-27-1
  • Swag Leg Chair, 1958
  • molded fiberglass, swaged tubular steel, rubber composite.
  • Gift of Barry Friedman and Patricia Pastor.
  • 1986-99-45
  • Unicorn Chair, 1960
  • molded polyfoam, cast aluminum, wool upholstery.
  • Gift of Vladimir Kagan.
  • 1991-163-1
  • Chair (USA), ca. 1820
  • wood (mahogany), wood (poplar), horse hair.
  • Gift of Norvin Hewitt Green.
  • 1938-58-1085
  • Chair (USA), ca. 1869
  • maple, cord, cloth-covered metal.
  • Museum purchase from Eleanor G. Hewitt Fund.
  • 1997-133-1
  • Chair (USA), ca. 1948
  • slumped plate glass, metal, textile.
  • Museum purchase through gift of George R. Kravis II and from General....
  • 2013-1-1
  • Chair (USA), ca. 1840
  • turned, carved, and joined mahogany (legs and back), mahogany veneer (frame),....
  • Bequest of Mrs. John Innes Kane.
  • 1926-22-487
  • LCW Chair, ca. 1946
  • bent, ebonized, laminated plywood, metal (screws).
  • Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Gilbert.
  • 1967-85-19
  • Sculptura Chair, ca. 1956
  • enameled and woven wrought iron wire, enameled wrought iron.
  • Gift in honor of Lee L. Woodard, Sadie Greenman Woodard, their sons and their....
  • 1994-11-2
  • Small Diamond Chair, ca. 1957
  • bent plastic-coated metal wire, woven cotton upholstery, foam rubber.
  • Gift of the Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material....
  • 2011-22-1
  • Diamond Chair, 1952
  • chrome-plated tubular steel, woven wool upholstery.
  • Gift of Knoll International.
  • 1990-139-6
  • Chair (USA), ca. 1820
  • wood (mahogany and poplar), horse hair.
  • Gift of Norvin Hewitt Green.
  • 1938-58-1088
  • Chair (USA), 1966
  • bronze-plated steel, nylon upholstery.
  • Gift of Knoll Associates, Inc..
  • 1971-16-1
  • Curl Chair, 1992
  • iron, rubber.
  • Museum purchase from Decorative Arts Association Acquisition Fund.
  • 1992-76-1