Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture company end table circa late 1940’s. Feature solid cork tops atop solid mahogany bases.
Free form sofa by Vladimir Kagan circa early 1970’s. This sofa was done in a special order gold silk and has sexy unctuous curves that are iconic Kagan. This example retains its original Directional label and has the lucite plinth as the center support.
Solid teak rosewood and black leather barstools by Erik Buck circa early 1970’s. The seats of these stools are hand stitched black leather with solid rosewood foot rests and solid teak frames. Price is per stool.
Pair of curvilinear four drawer night stands by Johnson Handley Johnson circa late 1940’s. The drawer fronts of these chests are birch and the frames are done in striped African mahogany. The drawer pulls are bakelite. Excellent restored condition. Price is for the pair.
Paul Mccobb for Calvin flip top bar circa mid 1950’s. This example is done in striped African mahogany with hand rubbed satin finished brass accents and satin steel drawer pulls. Lower shelf is glass.
Excellent restored condition.
Ebonized walnut slat back lounge chairs from France circa mid 1950’s. Feature newly lacquered frames with paddle arms and splayed legs done with a medium gray ostrich embossed leather.
4 chairs are available. Price is per pair.
Pair of ceramic bird baths circa mid 1950’s. One features green and cream colored glaze and is done in a deco pattern . The other is done in a cream and light cocoa colored glaze and features cut out diamonds and triangles. The measurements depict the example with the diamonds and triangles. The deco example is slightly smaller. Price is per bird bath.
Phoenix and California craftsman Raymond Connor built custom wood furniture and sculpture in the 1960’s and 70’s. This room divider has beautiful solid walnut flared legs and four walnut shelves for display of smalls and sculpture.
It also has a wonderful slat bench detail that floats above the base of the legs. The middle section of the divider opens for additional storage. This piece was made for Connor’s personal estate and is the only one to have ever been created.
1950’s Italian ebonized walnut sofa. Features sculpted arms and spindle back. Elegant checkered wool upholstery and new interior foam.
Large scale brass sail boat sculpture by Curtis Jere circa late 1970’s. Intricately designed and constructed this piece can sit as a sculpture or be wall mounted