Pair of sculpted walnut and tan leather club chairs circa late 1950’s. The walnut arms and legs are solid and beautifully grained and the foam and leather are new and of the highest quality.
Rare pair of fiberglass and anodized metal arm chairs designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller circa early 1960’s. The rarity of these gems comes from their color which is a tobacco orange in between a red and an orange color. Chairs also feature their original eiffel tower bases.
Dramatic pair of streamline chrome and upholstered lounge chairs corca late 1960’s. Chairs feature their original patterned cocoa velvet upholstery and are in excellent original condition.
Coral lacquered game table with leather top attributed to Tommi Parzinger circa early 1950’s. Table is in its original pink/coral lacquer and features a small recessed drawer on each side that pulls out for game chip/drink storage (see photos). Table has 4 chairs that accompany it.
Set of three club chairs/modular sofa in all original jack lenor larsen fabric circa 1970. These chairs are incredible in person and are near perfect.
Ebonized walnut frame with wood ball accents and new tufted chestnut brown leather chaise circa mid 1950’s. Recently relacquered and reupholstered this chaise is both comfortable and stunning to look at.
Rare single arm chrome white carrera marble and leather Arteluce floor lamp from Italy circa 1960’s. Lamp is in excellent original condition.
Elegant pair of T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings slipper chairs designed for Widdicomb in the early 1950’s. All original walnut frames with original blue silk upholstery. Foam has hardened and upholstery does have wear. These chairs can be redone to your specs.
Custom powder blue lacquered wood and upholstered lounge chairs attributed to Paul Laszlo. These chairs feature sculpted wood backs lightly carved and formed front legs and new chennile striped upholstery.
Pair of solid walnut and original green glass side tables circa early 1960’s. Tables are all original and have a similar feel to the works of Vladimir Kagan.