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Pair of Thayer Coggin Boldido chairs and ottomans

Posted By vivianrae, 6/17/2019

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Custom made pair of Milo Baughman Boldido lounge chair and ottoman pair. The fabric is a durable, yet lovely woven design, in a light silvery grey color. The legs, that extend around the chair in a sweeping line are polished stainless steel, and are really beautiful. I had these chairs custom made and love them. They are really very comfortable and quite striking, visually. The slanted ottomans really add to the comfort level of this chair. The scale of the chairs is large and impressive, as is the visual impact. Sleek, modern, sculptural, striking. All descriptive of these beautiful, elegant chairs.

Chair Dimensions: 38"W × 41"D × 35"H
Seat Height17.0 inches
Seat Interior Depth 23 inches
Seat Interior Width 23 inches
Ottoman Dimensions:  23 inches W x 22 inches D x 17 inches H
Styles:  Art Deco, Contemporary, Mid-Century Modern
Brand: Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin
Designer:  Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin
Materials:  Stainless steel, Upholstery
Condition:  Excellent
Condition Notes: This beautiful pair of chairs and matching ottomans were designed by Milo Baughman in 1987 as his interpretation of a Womb Chair. The Boldido lounge chair features highly polished stainless steel frame, intricate upholstery frame and striking tailored silhouettes from all angles. The angled stool beautifully enhances the design, and also offers exceeding comfort to this gorgeous lounge chair. The raised arm inset offers great arm support and comfort as well. This design has not been in production by Thayer Coggin for many years and has only been re-introduced in the last few years. 
These chairs have been very lightly used and are in great condition. Original cost, about $4300 each.
I will deliver for free within a 2 hundred mile radius.  
Purchaser will be responsible for any shipping costs and shipping arrangements to areas outside 2 hundred miles, including packing, crating, etc.  


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