Picture the scene ..... we're over on that well-known auction website doing a spot of window shopping as it were, and lo and behold we spot a purple flying Eames. Yes, that's right. Worth a look we thought. OK, so it turns out it's not a flying Eames, but the fact it's purple makes it a noteworthy specimen. According to the spiel, this colour = super rare. So, here's the deal (their words, not ours) - the colour was not a listed, mass produced colour at any point in Herman Miller's history and as such it's more than likely a prototype test colour or sample ..... making it possibly 'the rarest color ever'. How (potentially) exciting! Could this be true? Anyone know?