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A settee circa 1950s, manufactured by the Brody Seating Company of Chicago, Illinois, upholstered in vinyl, the back and seat in tones of copper and beige, impressed with Googie-style patterns, on tapered wood legs with brass sabots. Markings include manufacturer label nailed to the back of the seat. Very good vintage condition, with age appropriate wear to original upholstery and brass, minor scuffs and chips to the legs; loss of one of the sabots.
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