A set of eight, nickel framed high back dining chairs comprising of two carvers, upholstered in a grey, blue herringbone fabric and designed by Milo Baughman, circa 1970s. 


Milo Baughman Design Inc was established in 1947. In 1948 he helped create the California Modern collection for Glenn of California which included pieces by Greta Magnusson Grossman. Although better known for his contributions to other companies, Baughman also ran his own custom design shop with Olga Lee in Los Angeles from 1951-1953. He was best known for the work he created for other companies including Thayer Coggin, Pace, John Stuart, Directional, Design Institute of America, Drexel. His simple, unpretentious furniture appealed to people looking for a modern forward thinking designs.

A Set of Eight Dining Chairs by Milo Baughman, 1970s

  • Height: 100.0cm (39.4 in) 
    Width: 47.5cm (18.7 in) 
    Depth: 52.0cm (20.5 in)
    Seat Height: 45.0cm (17.7 in)
    Seat Depth: 45.5cm (17.9 in)

    Carvers 62.5cm wide