Throughout their long design careers, Charles and Ray Eames designed magical toys and furniture pieces for kids, giving each of their childrens' products the same careful consideration as they gave all their work. The Hang-It-All was one of these products. It debuted in 1953 and is now produced through a collaboration between Herman Miller for the Home and the Eames' heirs.
White, steel-rod frame with 14 solid maple balls in 9 different colors: yellow, mustard, blue, green, red, pastel pink, bold pink, purple, and black. Attachment hardware included.