Cat ID : 7716

Charles & Ray Eames

Charles & Ray Eames

The Charles & Ray Eames Story

Considered eccentric by some, Charles and Ray Eames were nothing short of extraordinary creatives, having influenced numerous aspects of the design world from film to architecture and furniture. Known for their work with fiberglass and molded plastics, the two introduced the famous Lounge Chair and Ottoman in 1956, pieces that are still considered to be icons by many of today's designers. Charles' penchant for structure and dimension brought Ray's eye for texture, shape and detail to life. Indeed, these are two designers that broke from the pack--and will continue to lead well into the next century.

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Charles & Ray Eames
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  • Eames Lounge Chair with Ottoman
    Fabric Color
    2 Size Options
    $5,99500 - $8,49500
  • Eames Hang-It-All
    $20000 - $29500 $245.00 - $295.00
    (1)
  • Eames Elephant Small
    $13000
    (1)
  • Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair - 4 Leg Base
    $29500 - $37500
  • Eames House Bird
    $29000
    (9)
  • Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair - Wire Base
    $34500 - $42500
    (2)
  • Eames Wire Base Table
    Base Finish
    $24500 - $49500
    (2)
  • Eames Wire Stool with Seat Pad
    Finish
    2 Size Options
    $1,39000 - $1,55000
  • Eames Molded Plastic Stool
    2 Size Options
    $49500 - $57500
  • Eames Lounge Chair with Ottoman - White Ash
    Fabric Color
    2 Size Options
    $5,99500 - $6,49500
  • Eames Lounge Chair
    Fabric Color
    2 Size Options
    $4,89500 - $7,02500
  • Eames Molded Plastic Armchair - Dowel Base
    $69500 - $72500
    (1)
  • Eames House Bird - Walnut
    $41000
  • Eames Walnut Stools
    $1,29500
    (2)
  • Eames Molded Plastic Armchair - Rocker Base
    $74500 - $79500
  • Eames Upholstered Molded Fiberglass Side Chair - Wood Dowel Base
    $1,04500 - $1,07500
    (1)
  • Eames Coffee Table
    Frame Finish
    2 Size Options
    $96500 - $2,61000
  • Eames Molded Fiberglass Task Armchair Fully Upholstered
    Frame Color
    $1,42500 - $1,59500
  • Eames Molded Plastic Task Chair with Upholstered Seat Pad
    $99000
  • Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair With Stacking Base
    $34500 - $37500
  • Eames Wool Blanket
    Color
    $60000
  • Eames Hang-It-All Pride Edition
    $29500
  • Eames Elephant
    Color
    $35500
    (2)
  • Eames Elephant - Black
    $35500
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