Fiberglass-reinforced polyester, steel
29 x 22 1/8 x 18 1/4 in. (73.7 x 56.2 x 46.4 cm) (show scale)
On underside of seat:
Rectangular white paper label: "Knoll International/ 655 Madison Avenue/ New York, N. Y. 10021 ["K" in red circle logo]"
Rectangular white paper label: "KNOLL INT. * DO NOT REMOVE* 130F 25/ OC=W030212 YOUR- 2030212/ PATTO/ QTY-4901RVG 1.000/ PATT1/ QTY- .0001 DR=D1`009-00 REV= 5 DTE=/ GIROVAL ENVIRONMENTS/ D'AFFAIRES INC/ 36 RUE QUEEN/ H3C 216/ VIEUX MONTREAL PQ"
In red: "JUN 25 1992"
Molded in middle: "K [in circle]"; encircling logo: "CHAIR DESIGNED BY VIGNELLI DESIGNS FOR KNOLL INTERNATIONAL HANDKERCHIEF"
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Gift of The Liliane and David M. Stewart Collection
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Lella Vignelli (American, born Italy, 1934-2016). "Handkerchief" Chair, Designed 1982-1987. Fiberglass-reinforced polyester, steel, 29 x 22 1/8 x 18 1/4 in. (73.7 x 56.2 x 46.4 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of The Liliane and David M. Stewart Collection
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