Thayer Coggin

Founded 1953 (High Point, North Carolina)

With just a simple handshake agreement, craftsman Thayer Coggin and designer Milo Baughman established one of the most significant partnerships in American midcentury modernism. Coggin’s daughter, Royale Wiggin, now runs the company and partnered with DWR to make authentic Milo Baughman furniture available to our customers.

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