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https://www.designcollectors.com/en/kno ... chair-spec
That’s a bit sloppy.
This sentence caught my eye: "For example, the elegant chrome frame is polished by hand." Does Knoll make theirs of the original polished stainless ?
Interesting that this supplier mentions Knoll's name. Maybe Knoll won the right to insist that knock-off makers include that line . . . ?
The earliest frames in Europe were chrome plated. Knoll switched to stainless steel; now they offer both:
https://www.knoll.com/product/barcelona ... ion=design
http://www.knoll-int.com/home/by-design ... lona-relax