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Vintage

Paul McCobb Planner Group Chairs, Pair

Janney's Collection

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Paul McCobb Planner Group Chairs, Pair
Paul McCobb Planner Group Chairs, Pair
Paul McCobb Planner Group Chairs, Pair
Paul McCobb Planner Group Chairs, Pair
Paul McCobb Planner Group Chairs, Pair
Paul McCobb Planner Group Chairs, Pair
Paul McCobb Planner Group Chairs, Pair
Paul McCobb Planner Group Chairs, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; some wear to finish and nicks on legs
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
birch
Size:
19.5" L x 20.5" W x 19.75" H
Color/Finish:
amber

Why We Love This

Pair of armchairs by Paul McCobb for the Planner Group, circa 1952, with simple lines, beautifully angled tapered legs, and curved crest rail above a saddle seat. Made of solid Canadian birch with hand-rubbed natural finish. Seat, 17"H.
As described by Janney's Collection

About Janney's Collection

Janney’s Collection is an assortment of antiques and 20th-century decor representing minimalist modern, time-honored traditional, and opulent regency design. Each piece is chosen with a commitment to today's livable luxury and an appreciation for yesterday’s legacy and craftsmanship. Located on the far north shore of Chicago, Janney’s Collection has been a source to both the consumer and the trade since 2001.