Jay Spectre Century Eclipse Salmon Pink Post Modern Chrome Club Lounge Arm Chairs



Free Shipping Included


Estimated 2-15 Business Days


Credit Card, Check, Cash, PayPal, Apple Pay, Venmo


30 Days 100% Money Back Guarantee, Buyer Pays Return Shipping


A beautiful pair of two "Eclipse" club / library / lounge chairs by Jay Spectre for Century Chair Comapny of North Carolina, circa 1980s. The chairs feature sculptural form, made from Cerused Oak and tubular chrome with channeled salmon / pink upholstery.

Jay Spectre (1930 – 1992) was an American Interior and furniture designer. He was born in Louisville, Kentucky. He was professionally active in New York.

Spectre went from a teenager designing window displays for the Frankfort furniture store of his brother-in-law Elliott Marcus, to the top of the interior design industry propelled by a fresh yet classic sense of style, drive and considerable charm.

Politicians and movie stars were among his clients. Magazines such as House Beautiful and Architectural Digest covered his work. With his venture into creating furniture, fabrics, rugs, lamps, and other accessories, his name became more well-known in his later career.

He began his interior design career in 1951 in Louisville. In 1968, he established the design company Jay Spectre in New York. He designed interiors for luxury homes, private jet aircraft, yachts, and offices, which showed Art Deco, Asian, and African influences with high-tech and hand-carved elements.

In 1985, he and (Geoffrey Bradfield) set up the licensing firm JSPS to sell rights to furniture, china, rugs, and other articles designed by the Spectre firm.


Good vintage condition, wear and distressing commensurate with age and use, light blemmishing / fading.


26" x 36" x 33.5"h, seat 18"