Pair of 1960s American Thayer Coggin Armchairs by Milo Baughman
A vintage Mid-Century modern American pair of lounge chairs made of hand crafted chrome, designed by Milo Baughman and produced by TC Thayer Coggin, Inc., in good condition. The seat, backrest of the plated steel armchairs are inclinated with straight armrests, supported by a metal frame, standing on four small feet. Manufacturer labels at the bottom. Newly upholstered in a white-grey cotton fabric, detailed with blue piping. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1960 - 1965, North Carolina, United States.
Seat: 17.75" H x 25" W x 18" D
Milo Ray Baughman, Jr. was an American modern furniture designer born in 1923 in Goodland, in Kansas, United States and passed away in 2003. At an early age, Baughman learned the basic skills of designing furniture. He studied architectural design at the Art Center School in Los Angeles and at Chouinard Art Institute. After his studies, Baughman started working as a designer at the Frank Brothers furniture store. In 1947, he started his own company Baughman Design Inc. In 1947, Milo Baughman was inducted into the Furniture Designer’s Hall of Fame.
TC Thayer Coggin, Inc. is an American furniture manufacture, founded in 1953 by Thayer Coggin, in North Carolina, United States, where the company and manufacturing still remains today, managed by the same family. Thayer Coggin ( TC ) furniture is known for its classic Mid-Century modern design. Each item is hand crafted and made-to-order. Many well-known designs, items were designed, generated by the American designer Milo Baughman. Coggin and Baughman worked together for 50 years, they created elegant, high quality furniture. Today their furniture is highly sought after.
Material: Fabric, Metal
Details: Chrome, Plated Steel, Upholstery
Country of Origin: United States
Dimensions: 26.5" H x 28.5" W x 31" D