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Edward Wormley For Dunbar Corduroy Sofa

Edward Wormley for Dunbar sofa finely restored in a cotton velvet corduroy fabric.Sculpted solid wood mahoghany base which is seen on the backside detail.Fully restored and reupholstered in a cotton velvet corduroy fabric.


Edward Wormley (1907-1995) is perhaps the most admired mid-century furniture designer.  His timeless designs for Dunbar represent some of the most highly sought examples of this period, as they were hand-made and not born from an automated production system.  Two of his signature pieces include the “Listen to Me” chaise with its channeled upholstery, hollowed legs and metal stretcher, and the “Long John” table with its modern bent wood feet. 

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  • Height: 29 in.
  • Width: 92 in.
  • Depth: 35 in.
  • Construction: cotton/ mahoghany / maple
  • Creator: Edward Wormley, usa
  • Year: 1960
  • Price: 7800

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