Milo Baughman (American, 1923-2003) for Thayer-Coggin Sectional Sofa, Highpoint, North Carolina, c. 1980, crushed velvet, eight pieces including two corners, four midsections, and an ottoman, each section ht. 26, ottoman 17, wd. 33, dp. 33 in.
Note: Milo Ray Baughman, born in Goodland, Kansas, was a modern furniture designer. His American designs were forward-thinking and distinctive, yet unpretentious and affordable. Baughman designed for a number of furniture companies starting in the mid-1940s until his death, including Mode Furniture, Glenn of California, The Inco Company, Pacific Iron, Murray Furniture of Winchendon, Arch Gordon, George Kovacs, Directional, and Drexel, among others. However, he is most famous for his longtime association with Thayer Coggin Inc., of High Point, North Carolina, which began in 1953 and lasted until his death in 2003.
Sun fading to upholstery on backs of some sections.
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