Beautiful pair of solid teak and upholstered lounge chairs from Denmark circa early 1960’s. These chairs feature stream line Danish minimalism and craftsmanship at its finest. Dove tailed joints and solid wood construction (just refinished) juxtaposed with new Maharam upholstery and the best interior foam make these chairs a must have for any admirer of great Danish design.
Rare Vitor Vasarely Moire-wave cube from 1988. This is a clear acrylic cube with six serigraphs in color. Hand-signed in ink, and numbered (the signature and numberingwere embedded into the acrylic of the sculpture via a casting process). From the Foundation Vasarely edition of twenty, this is number 17.
Patinated paper mache and wire sculpture by Hemmer. Reminiscent of the works of Degas this sculpture looks great from the front and back.
Beautiful mahogany white lacuer and brass chest designed by Harvey Probber circa mid 1950’s. Chest is constructed of striped african mahogany and features four large drawers with brass and black lacquered pulls 2 sliding doors with wicker fronts that when open reveal eight interior white lacquered drawers. Chest is in pristine refinished condition.
Vladimir Kagan chair and a half/loveseat from his Omnibus collection circa late 1960’s. Features thick lucite arms and legs with brass accentsand new fun yet elegant upholstery.
Wonderful pair of ceramic lamps from the late 1950’s. Beige black and gold tones with varying scrafitto animal images. Lamps feature their original fiberglass shades.
Vico Magistretti for Artemide coffee tables circa 1970. Made of a cast polypropylene these tables can be used indoors or out. Two available – one in ferrari red the other ina wonderful pop orange. Lounge and occassional chairs from this same line are also available.
Set of 8 ( 3 red lounge chairs, 3 orange occassional chairs 1 red table and 1 orange table) by Vico Magistretti for Artemide Milano. The red chairs are the Vicario chairs and date from right around 1970. The orange chairs are called the Gaudi chairs and again date from the early 70’s. These chairs are no longer in production and are done in fantastic shades with clear coats over top so that they can be used indoors or out. Vicario chairs measurements: 27″ tall x 26″ wide x 27″ deep Gaudi chairs measurements: 29″ tall x 21″ deep x 23″ wide Coffee Tables: 27″ square x 12″ tall
Pair of chrome and hand blown glass adjustable floor lamps designed by Robert Sonneman circa 1970. Mint original condition to pair.
Prototype solid walnut floor lamp designed by Phoenix designer Raymond Connor circa late 1950’s. Lamp features solid walnut costruction and original fiberglass shade. Matching table lamps also available.