Can anyone identify this chair? Years ago, thinking I would ask a furniture making friend to reproduce it, I took its measurements but then did nothing with them. I’m passing them along in case anyone else would like to try. The chair is extremely sturdy, with no creaking or movement even though I bought it for $20 from a junkyard where it had sat semi-outdoors through a wet Vancouver winter as the “smoking chair”—that’s how the salesman described it, as in: “you’re taking away our smoking chair.” There are many low, armless, midcentury modern wooden chairs in existence but I like this one more than most. Its proportions are perfect and it’s as good from the front as from the back. I believe it’s oak, I have no idea what the cushions might have looked like, and there is no stamp or signature. I’ve had it on Flickr for years but no one has been able to identify it, so I’m starting to think it was locally made or from a very small run. If it’s not an infringement, I hope someone copies it and puts it back into circulation.