Shared from @thespacedetroit (lovely items - check ‘em out!) An American classic with the 'Pretzel' chair designed by Norman Cherner and produced by Plycraft in the 1950's. #mcmdaily#normancherner#pretzelchair#plycraft#usa 🇺🇸 mcmdaily.com
hi🙋♀️ One of the most unique pieces we found in Denmark is this long-legged Rosewood bar covered with mirrors inside! By Illum Wikkelsø (31 1/2” wide x 15 1/2” depth x 45 1/4” tall) $1350 // Also finally ready to part with our Plycraft lounger that’s been a mainstay in the shop over the years. Black leather + rosewood $1200
《SHOP SHARE》So I sold my Plycraft chair off letgo and SURPRISE - ended up meeting a fellow seller! I'm always appreciative when other sellers are easy to talk to and offer advice. Go show support and say hello to Dave at @youshouldknollbetter ! I love and live for lifes weird little moments like this.
🚨 Fraud Alert 🚨 The Plycraft label on these chairs credits the designer as “Bernado”. That’s because the Owner of Plycraft hijacked the designs from the true designer, Norman Cherner, and made up the name Bernado for the label (seriously think he could have made up a better name but that’s beside the point). It wasn’t until 1961 when Cherner sued Plycraft that he finally got his proper attributions and royalties. Set of 8 super early 1950s production chairs in walnut available. *SOLD*