Mid Century Modern Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates Pink Vinyl & Walnut Sofa

$2,995.00

Fabulous vintage c.1960’s mid century modern walnut framed sofa by the famed American designer, Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates, Inc. The arms and legs are made of solid American Walnut and it has been upholstered within the last few years in a fabulous light flamingo pink vinyl!

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Description

Fabulous vintage c.1960’s mid century modern walnut framed sofa by the famed American designer, Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates, Inc. The arms and legs are made of solid American Walnut and it has been upholstered within the last few years in a fabulous light flamingo pink vinyl!

It measures 83″ wide, 32.5″ deep, 28″ tall.

It is in very good overall condition for the age, with a few minor knicks to the vinyl (one shown in closeup on back edge) and a couple thread separations to the seams on cushions. All quite minor and certainly in good usable condition as it sits. The walnut has no cracks or repairs, has normal amounts of wear and a couple minor edge chips along the bottom feet. The frame was at one point painted white, and has since been stripped and refinished, but there is some white paint still visible in the crevices where it meets the vinyl back frame, etc.. However, with the cushions in place this is not visible with normal use, as you can see in the photographs.

DIMENSIONS
83ʺW × 32.5ʺD × 28ʺH
STYLES
Danish Modern
SEAT HEIGHT
15.5 inches
BRAND
Craft Associates
DESIGNER
Adrian Pearsall
PERIOD
1960s
PLACE OF ORIGIN
United States of America
ITEM TYPE
Vintage, Antique or Pre-owned
MATERIALS
Vinyl
Walnut
CONDITION
Good Condition, Restored, Some Imperfections
TEAR SHEET
CONDITION NOTES
It is in very good overall condition for the age, with a few minor knicks to the vinyl (one shown in closeup on back edge) and a couple thread separations to the seams on cushions. All quite minor and certainly in good usable condition as it sits. The walnut has no cracks or repairs, has normal amounts of wear and a couple of minor edge chips along the bottom feet. The frame was at one point painted white and has since been stripped and refinished, but there is some white paint still visible in the crevices where it meets the vinyl back frame, etc.. However, with the cushions in place, this is not visible with normal use, as you can see in the photographs.