Gorgeous fifties bronze door handles. Designed by Evelyn and Joe Ackerman for Forms and Surfaces. These large scale solid bronze pieces are stunning for any entryway door.
Carpathian elm oak and rosewood console table circa 1950. This piece features an incredible inlaid top with diamond shaped marquetry and two drawers for storage. The legs and sides are done in carpathian elm and there is also a rosewood inlay that frames the entire piece. This piece is in its original condition and has a wonderful patinae.
Three drawer pedestal desk designed by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb circa mid 1950’s. Features simple streamline design and beautiful graining to the walnut. It also has three drawers with ample storage space and a finished back. Excellent restored condition.
Free form slab walnut cocktail table circa mid 1960’s. Features a wonderful natural curve to the front edge of the walnut and tapered black lacquered legs. Versatile in that it can be used against a wall or as a cocktail table.
Solid walnut cobbler table circa 1870’s. This table is in its original beautifully patinaed finish and features a cut out circular form presumably where the cobbler used to sit and a fully functional drawer. This is Nakashima and Esherick one hundred years early!
Rare Frank Lloyd Wright for Heritage Henredon Taliesin table and chairs. The low dining table features a solid mahogany base with the Taliesin motif carved into each leg. The top of the table has incredible wood graining and is trimmed in solid polished copper with the same Taliesin motif. Table also has one 12″ leaf with copper trim.
The four chairs are classic Frank Lloyd Wright and are solid mahogany with new brick red mohair upholstery. The legs of the chairs feature the same Taliesin detail as the table.
Table and chairs are stamped with the Frank Lloyd Wright and Henredon stamp.
Early 70’s polished steel and chocolate brown leather club chairs. Feature extra large frames with leather wrapped arms and baseball stitched cushions. Excellent restored condition.
Exquisite pair of sky blue lacquered parlor chairs circa late 1940’s. Feature intricate detailing to the original lacquered frames and new chocolate brown velvet upholstery. Price is for the pair.
6 foot Vista of California bench circa early 1960s. Features art nouveau styled iron legs and new op inspired chenille fabric.
Excellent restored condition.
Sculpted lounge chairs done in sage mohair circa early 1950’s. Feature free form open arms elegant curves and solid walnut legs. Newly upholstered and lacquered. Price is for the pair.