Edward Wormley was born in 1907 in Rochelle, Illinois, and died in 1995. In 1926 he went to study briefly at the Art Institute of Chicago. Funds ran out and he went to work as an interior designer for Marshall Fields & Company department store. During the Depression, Wormley was introduced to the president of Dunbar Furniture Company of Berne, Indiana, who hired him to upgrade their product line.
USA 1960`s A Pair of Red Dunbar Arm Chairs designed by Edward Wormley.
Arm chairs have a upholstered seat and tapering back, arm pads, black painted wood frame with "X" stretchers, squared legs, upholstered in a cinnamon red color wool woven textile by Jack Lenor Larsen.
23" W x 20" D x 43" H
Very Good Vintage
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