D70 Sofa by Osvaldo Borsani for Tecno. Enameled steel frame with brass and red upholstery. Fully adjustable seat and back. Can function as a divan-bed with it’s reclining back. The seat and back can be folded together vertically for easy storage. Great condition
Incredible jacaranda and rosewood Brazilian credenza circa early 1960’s. This nine foot long chest has eight drawers with solid rosewood bowtie pulls and four doors in jacaranda with satin finished steel hardware that have open shelving on the interior. The case of the credenza is beautifully grained jacaranda and the chest sits atop solid rosewood legs. Excellent restored condition.
Sculptural wrought iron hooded chair circa early 1960’s. Features steel mesh seat back and hood with formed wrought iron frame. Great as an accent piece outdoors or indoors.
Cubist aluminum warrior bust circa early 1960’s. This sculpture has an elongated angular face and neck with wonderful patina. Excellent original condition.
Ria and Yiouri Augousti desk and stool circa early 1990’s. The desk top and sides are done in squares of snake skin. The drawer fronts back and underside of the desk are done in parchment. There are four drawers for ample storage and the accompanying stool is upholstered in cowhide with snake skin sides.
Excellent original condition. Price is for the desk and stool.
Micro tufted black leather and brass bench circa early 1950’s. The cabriolet legs are cast brass and wonderfully patinated and the upholstery has been done in a soft supple satin sheen leather. Excellent restored condition.
Pair of white leather and sculpted chrome framed Barcelona chairs by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll. These chairs are in excellent original condition and are truly striking in original white leather.
James Fortmann was a potter and professor who taught and produced pottery in California and Arizona. This piece was done in the mid 1950’s and is a three tiered bulbous form in a natural stone glaze with a pre Columbian woven motif on the front and back.
Beautiful sand cast bronze free form figural sculpture circa late 1950’s. The bronze figure has slight hues of greens and reds and natural bronze. The sculpture is mounted on a walnut base and back.