What a find when we saw this Vintage Plycraft, Eames like lounge chair.
They came in various iterations with a subtle difference. This one is a vintage Selig. After searching online I found an article on Designaddict that has background information about the maker and chair itself. It was a leading American manufacturer of plywood in the 1953 and produced work for Herman Miller. Later they applied their plywood skills in producing furniture by appointing designers such as George Mulhauser, Paul Goldman to name a few to design furniture.
The construction and parts of the chair are below par to that of an Eames. Some owners had said that it’s as comfortable or even more so to the Eames. Still finding a piece of mid-century history in our home is rewarding we, for now, enjoy our new found piece until it finds a new owner.