Eames Hang it All Hangers
Charles and Ray Eames began designing toys and furniture for children in the mid-1940s, including molded plywood animals, colorful building blocks and whimsical masks. It was from the mantra “We have to take pleasure seriously” that produced the Hang-It-All (1953). The design was created with the same technique for simultaneously welding wires developed for their low tables and wire chairs, the Eames' made this hang-it-all with a sturdy steel frame and solid wood balls.
Dimensions: H 14.75" W 19.75" D 6.5"
Materials: Steel rod frame with powder-coated finish; solid walnut or painted solid maple balls.