Herman Miller produced Eames rockers from 1950 to 1968. From 1968 to 1984 these chairs were no longer available for sale. Herman Miller reserved Eames RARs as gifts for Herman Miller employees with new born babies. The mothers were encouraged to pick out the fabric and shell combination, and the name of the child and the child's birthdate was inscribed on a brass plaque screwed to the back of these chairs. This model has burnt orange Alexander Girard tweed, on a warm yellow fiberglass arm shell and an original rocker base.
TEPPER/MEYER / FRED MEYER (San Francisco) Versitable with ribbon mahogany top on enameled wrought-iron base. Doubles as a coffee table or a dining table.(Included in the Museum of Modern Art"s Good Design Exhibition, New York, 1953.) Tepper/Meyer decal. 29 1/2" x 60" x 29 3/4"
A rare souvenir of the IBM Pavilion at the 1970's World's Fair in Osaka, Japan. Each card represents the look and feel of computers before the microchip. All cards present and in excellent vintage condition