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Adrian Pearsal Slim Jim High-Back Lounge Chair, Circa 1955 Atomic Age

$ 2,290
  • Description
    This Adrian Pearsall chair reflects the height of Atomic Age furniture design during the mid-20th century. Designated as the "Slim Jim" chair, this piece of comfortable seating is also notable as a sculpture in wood and colored fabric. The wood is walnut and the fabric is a nubby-textured bright orange wool fabric, which is original to the piece. The chair stands out in any room as a conversation and statement piece. The high, narrow back with its bowed crest gives this chair a modern twist to the traditional wing chair. The smooth, canted legs in walnut give the silhouette a bold, modern stance. One could imagine commanding a spacecraft seated in this chair, or sitting an honored guest in it to be warmed at the fireside. It is very comfortable, fun to sit in, and will present a striking presence with a jolt of color in your home. This is a single chair.
  • More Information
    Notes: No label
    Origin: United States, Pennsylvania
    Period: 1950-1979
    Materials: Walnut, Fabric
    Condition: Good. Vintage condition with signs of normal wear and use. it is clean and neat.
    Creation Date: 1955
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Collectible Design, Mid Century
    Dealer Reference #: D219-5-SCR/L
    Incollect Reference #: 478560
  • Dimensions
    W. 25.5 in; H. 54.5 in; D. 30 in;
    W. 64.77 cm; H. 138.43 cm; D. 76.2 cm;
    Seat H. 15.5 in; Arm H. 8 in; Back H. 39 in;
    Seat H. 39.37 cm; Arm H. 20.32 cm; Back H. 99.06 cm;
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