Tufted Armchair by Edward Wormley for Dunbar in Original Velvet Stripe with Mahogany Base

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USA, 1960s

Gorgeous angular armchair by Edward Wormley for Dunbar in its original velvet striped upholstery. The details and proportion on this chair are just perfect. The frame angles down toward the back, there's a slight pitch forward at the arm, the dark mahogany base has an inset reveal. The original fabric is the perfect '60s colorway of bronze, copper, and gold, and is in remarkably good condition considering its age. The seat has three button tufts at the back of the seat; the chair back has 3 matching button tufts (behind the loose back cushion). I'll note that it looks amazingly good without that back cushion hiding the tufted back. Comes with generously sized arm covers in the same material- all of it is pattern-matched to perfection. The scale is more compact than many armchairs, a great size for a mid-century scaled home or city apartments. This piece would also be excellent for use in set design given the condition and the particular fabric and style. 

Label reads:
Dunbar Chair 560F-71U (I think it's a U)
Cover 3872/20 Bronze - Copper - Gold

CONDITION NOTES: Presents remarkably well; a couple imperfections at the top back of the frame, scuffs and marks to the hardwood base of the chair. Some mild wear to fabric, but not really even any fading to the color. No apparent odor. 

DIMENSIONS: 29" W x 31" D x 30" H; Seat Height, 17.5"; Arm Height, 22.75"; Interior Seat Width, 21"; Interior Seat Depth, 16"