Eugene Weston III iron and woven leather stool. California, 1950s

Weston, Eugene
United States

An early 1950s stool with a black three-legged black metal base and woven leather seat, by the Californian architect and designer Eugene Weston III. The thick, dark brown leather has a beautiful patina. The stool was produced in small numbers by the Modern Color company. Eugene Weston III (1924 – 2012) built a number of mid-century modern houses in Los Angeles during the 1950s. In 1958 he moved to San Diego where he started an architectural partnership with Frederick Liebhardt.

  • 2567
  • Price on request
  • 18.5 In / 47.0 cm
  • 15.7 In / 40.0 cm

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