WALNUT FSW-6 SCREEN BY RAY & CHARLES EAMES FOR HERMAN MILLER
Vintage Walnut FSW-6 Wavy Screen / Room Divider by Ray & Charles Eames for Herman Miller
Designed and released to the market in 1946, the abbreviated Folding (F) Screen (S) in Wood (W) stood for a range of screen dividers which were part of the plywood home furniture products released post war.
Production of the FSW ended in 1955 but was rekindled with Herman Miller's relaunch of the 'home classics' which started in 1994. The original cotton canvas used for the flexible panel separators in the vintage pieces would often rot, work their way loose or fray. So a much better, polyester material was used in the new editions that could stand the rigors required.
60”W longest x 68”H
*Almost perfect condition, no visible signs or marks
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