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Rare Half – Height Charles And Ray Eames Screen. Very Rare. Nelson, Knoll Era For Sale
ASH PLYWOOD, CANVAS.
PRODUCED FOR ONLY TWO YEARS
BEGINNING IN 1952,
FEW EXAMPLES EXIST.
WE ARE OFFERING a very rare half sizeEamesscreen (PSW-6). It measures 33.75 in height and close o 60“long if stretched out straight. We have owned this for 25 plus years and came out of a really modernapartmentof a couple retiring to Florida. Itisin excellent shape with the usual dings, rubs, and frayed canvas where it touches the floor. About 10 years ago, I had one repair done to the screen. A loose piece (about½“by 2”)of the wood came off exposing the canvas. I brought it to a restorer who used glue and latex to put the screen back to being perfect. I cannot even find the restoration on it at this point. Photo #2 shows where the repair was done. While at therestorer , I also had a few small chips that aretypical for ascreen rubbing againstthefloor filled as well.It dates to 1952 and for an Eames screen was taken care of better than most. NOT MANY OF THESE HALF SCREENS EXIST ANYMORE SINCE THAY WERE INPRODUCTIONFOR 2 YEARS, It is ash plywood and canvas.THE GROSSMAN LAMP IS SOLD AND OF COURSE IS NOT PART OF THIS sale.It weighs about 20 pounds boxed and is located in Brooklyn, NY 11216.IT IS LISTED AS FREIGHTt, but I am willing to ship charging a flat fee of $95.00 to $120.00 for shipping in the continental United States. Alaska, Hawaii, APO and international will be charged exact shipping cost with my invoice. If shipping turns out to be less than the amount quoted, I will refund the difference. The cost could be as low as $40.00 depending on the destination. Emailwith all questions before offerding. Thank you for looking and be sure to add us to your “favorites list”. Please look at our other listings. Thank you. Please wait for invoice for exact shipping costs with insurance. We refund any postal overpayment back into your Paypal account. Please read the two paragraphs below that describe our policies and philosophy on what we sell.Please email us with all questions before offerding. Thank you for looking and be sure to add us to your “favorites list”. Please look at our other listings. Thank you. Please wait for invoice for exact shipping costs with insurance. We refund any postal overpayment back into your Paypal account. Please read the two paragraphs below that describe our policies and philosophy on what we sell.ALL THE ITEMS WE SELL are mid-century items.So these objects have seen decades of use. The range is 20 to 80 years. Please expect a baseline of wear. I try to be as accurate in my descriptions as humanly possible and take many photos that I consider to be a major part of the description. I do not take returns. Therefore, if the description and the photos do not answer all your questions about condition, you should email me with any questions BEFORE offerding. If I say it is mint or excellent condition, it is relative to the age of the piece. So please do not expect a brand new item to land at your doorstep, it is vintage. I mention all flaws, dings, restoration. For ceramics, natural imperfection in firing like a slight glaze miss or a small glaze pop are part of the beauty of a hand made piece and therefore is only mentioned if it is so large that it aesthetically effects both the beauty and/or value of the piece for it to be mentioned in the description. Otherwise please look closely at all photos because they can be more informative than the actual description. Again, if you do not understand the nature of basic wear to furniture, ceramics, glass, wooden, metal design objects,1970’s ABS plastic pieces, either ask the right questions before offerding or contemplate all factors when placing a offer. If you are buying something to match the color of your couch and not for the aesthetic and unique qualities of the object itself, please think about what online sales imply in terms of color, texture and quality of photography depicting the item. With that said, we are here to answer any questions as objectively is humanly possible. We like knowledgeable buyers who understanding what an online sale means and are here to help you with that decision..We state 10 business day handling time just for safety sake.Your purchase usually goes out in a few days. We charge actual shipping plus a handling fee which is included in the price you see. We are not trying to make money on our shipping. By offerding on our item you are agreeing to pay the shipping cost on your invoice and not the fee assessed by the wildly inaccurate shipping calculator. I have found them to be both outrageously high as well as dramatically low.
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Large items such as storage cabinets, lounge chairs, large framed art, etc will have to be shipped by professional moving companies. We will always give dimensions, weight and our city and zip code which is Brooklyn, New York, 11216. We can help you a little in this process, but you are the responsible for arranging the pick-up. We suggest the three following moving companies:
TSC Moving—East coast, mid-west and Texas. We use them a lot and they seem to give the lowest quotes and are extremely careful with all pieces. We highly recommend them.
Plycongroup.—Excellent for coast to coast or western states. Competitive pricing and also very careful with all large items. We use them for all western state pick-ups.
If you cannot pick-up locally, you are more than welcome to arrange your own shipping. This item must be shipped by a freight or moving company. We have suggested three moving options in our copy above.
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Rare Half – Height Charles And Ray Eames Screen. Very Rare. Nelson, Knoll Era: $2,877