Attributed to Guy Rogers of Liverpool, a 1960's green button upholstered 'click-clack' sofa bed with teak arms and spindle legs.
l. 208 cm *
Guy Rogers of Liverpool, a 1960's green button upholstered 'click-clack' sofa bed with teak arms and spindle legs. Unlike Manhattan and Frisco Bay models which are common survivors of the day, a number of Guy Rogers designs such as 'Gambit', 'The Jefferson' and 'Nevada' are known to exist but finding images is extremely difficult. This example could possibly be one of the aforementioned but with this configuration and angled back sections when in bed formation there is every possibility that this is unique and originally produced for a promotional event or a bespoke adaption for a specific client.
Guy Rogers of Liverpool were makers of stylish 1960s sofas and chairs.
Guy Rogers were probably the largest and best known makers of contemporary upholstered furniture in the 1960s.
Guy Rogers employed a “design team ” of George Fejer MSIA FRSA and Eric Pamphilon. They also had an “exclusive fabric consultant“, Margaret Leischner who designed some fabrics for them as well as sourcing fabrics from the US , Europe and the UK . Typical fabrics that will often be seen on vintage Guy Rogers pieces from the 1960s are hand woven Harris and Donegal Tweeds but on rare occasions, a velvet or plush velour was used for magazine shoot promotions.
Attribution due to the legs, arms and overall quality. A number of Guy Rogers designs such as 'Gambit', 'The Jefferson' and 'Nevada' are known to exist but finding images is extremely difficult.
Guy Rogers of Liverpool 1960's 'click-clack' sofa bed
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