Kem Weber for Lloyd Manufacturing Mid-Century American Chrome and Pony “Springer Chair”

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Item #: REG4986

Art Deco American (1930s) chrome “Springer Chair” comprised of a tubular chrome top frame sitting on a flat bar spring bottom with seat cushion in pony patterned upholstery. (KEM WEBER FOR LLOYD MANUFACTURING).

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Kem Weber for Lloyd Manufacturing Mid-Century American Chrome and Pony “Springer Chair”

Art Deco American (1930s) chrome “Springer Chair” comprised of a tubular chrome top frame sitting on a flat bar spring bottom with seat cushion in pony patterned upholstery. (KEM WEBER FOR LLOYD MANUFACTURING)

DETAILS

Sku:  REG4986
Ships From: New York, NY
Creator: Kem Weber

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

Width:  22.0"
Height: 38.5"
Depth : 35.0"

INFO

Style:  Art Deco
Materials & Techniques: Animal skin, chrome, upholstered
Category: Seating
Condition: {$product->ConditionNotes}}
Good; Wear consistent with age and use

About Kem Weber

Kem Weber (born Karl Emanuel Martin Weber) was a prominent furniture and decorative arts designer of the 20th century. He was born on March 28, 1889, in Berlin, Germany, and later immigrated to the United States. Weber is best known for his innovative and influential designs that combined elements of modernism and Art Deco.

Weber started his career as an architect, studying at the University of Berlin and the University of Stuttgart. After completing his studies, he worked for several architectural firms in Germany, where he gained valuable experience in designing furniture and interiors. In 1914, he moved to the United States and settled in California.

In the early 1920s, Weber established himself as a leading designer in the American furniture industry. His

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