Set of Twelve T-Chairs in Black and Cognac Leather by Katavolos, Kelly, Little
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Katavolos, Kelley and Littell, set of 12 T-chairs, chrome-plated steel, enameled steel, black and cognac leather, United States, design 1952
This set of twelve three-legged chairs is designed by Katavolos, Kelley and Littell in 1952. Three T-shaped steel legs hold the black and cognac leather in place. The leather is connected to the frame on three points only resulting in a floating seat.
In 1952 William Katavolos, Douglas Kelley and Ross Littell, graduate of The Pratt Institute in New York embarked on a six-year collaboration in designing textiles, dinnerware and furniture at Laverne which was established in 1938. One of their most popular designs was the T-chair. The chair is in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Please note the back of chairs are slightly colored differently and that the patina within the set might differ.
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