This Milo Baughman-designed case sofa is constructed of highly figured, book-matched Brazilian rosewood and was produced by Thayer Coggin in the early 1970s.
The entire case was professionally finished in semi-gloss lacquer that still allows for the wood grain to be seen which enables it to shine while still retaining a natural appearance. All of the foam and webbing has been replaced and it has been upholstered in a high-performance black velvet by Perennials. Some light surface craquelure to the clear coat at the joints.
This case sofa stands out from others on the market because of the chunky wood frame and phenomenal wood grain.