This awesome chair has been in our long-lost storage for quite a few years and we have just now had the time to restore it to its original beauty. It is not marked and after extensive research we had not determined its maker. It is so like the gorgeous lounge chairs designed by Jens Risom, but the front apron and the curvature of the arm is just not the same. The arm shape is more reminiscent of the armchair by Ole Wanscher for John Stuart, but this chair has a floating seat and back, like the Risom chair, and not loose cushions. It was a puzzle. But is fabulous so we listed it without determining its designer and maker. Then…a fabulous MCM dealer saw our listing and contact us. Boy! Did we have a DUH! moment. It turns out this is the incredible 5476 Lounge Chair designed by George Nelson circa 1952 for Herman Miller, although unmarked. Its warm and wonderful walnut frame has been carefully refinished and restored so it still retains the look of a vintage piece. In addition, the new fabric was chosen to have a rich and original feel. And just look at that color! We call it fuchsia. You can call it whatever you want. Just call it yours!