Product Of The Week: The Iconic Eames House Bird In Walnut

The Eames house bird is a very familiar object in the design world. Though originally designed by Charles and Edna Perdew in 1910 and popularised by Charles and Ray Eames in the 1950s, the walnut edition of this iconic piece is somewhat of a new addition to the maker Vitra's lineup. If you are looking for a wooden accent piece to liven up your desk or mantle, check it out.

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