A fine lathe-turned wood stool designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller, USA. Charles and Ray Eames, a dynamic husband-and-wife duo, revolutionized the design world in the mid-20th century. Pioneers of modern architecture and furniture, the Eameses seamlessly blended form and function, creating iconic pieces that remain influential today. Their innovative use of materials, such as molded plywood and fiberglass, gave rise to timeless designs like the Eames Lounge Chair and the molded plastic chairs. Beyond furniture, the Eameses left an indelible mark on architecture, film, and exhibition design. Their interdisciplinary approach, coupled with an unwavering commitment to accessibility and mass production, shaped the ethos of mid-century modernism. The Eames legacy endures as a symbol of creativity, versatility, and human-centered design, inspiring generations of designers worldwide.