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Eugene Schoen Signed Slipper Chairs, Restored Pair, circa 1930

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This signed pair of newly restored Eugene Schoen slipper chairs were custom designed by Schoen and produced by Schmieg Kotzian between 1936 and 1937. He maintained his exclusivity by selling through other decorators or to his own clients. Most of his furniture was, promoted as, “one of a kind”. The quality of craftsmanship illustrated in Schoen‘s furniture was featured at two of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibits that showcased Industrial Design.

The solid block feet are in beautiful original condition with decades of wear resulting in a wonderful natural patina, whereas the seats have been restored and reupholstered in a gorgeous Sacho velour fabric (Tasso) with a horizontal, broad rib. Schoen‘s initials “ES“ are etched into the rear block feet.

Tailored looking and uniquely designed, these lounge chairs would make a statement in any environment, such as, an Industrial Downtown loft conversion, Art Deco apartment or open plan contemporary condo overlooking the city. They would also suit hospitality and corporate locations, including; a boutique hotel lobby, cocktail bar, members club, workspace studio, executive office, or in a luxe clothing emporium. Offered by Automaton

Product Specifications

Dimensions
Depth: 30
Width: 32
Height: 36

Vintage Specifications

Creator
Eugene Schoen
Condition
Excellent

Nearby Showrooms

Dering Hall

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