Jan Ekselius chaise lounge circa early 1970’s. This sculptural example has recently been upholstered in a charcoal gray velvet and makes a wonderful accent piece to any room.
Free form patinated metal door handles by Allen Ditson circa early 1960’s. Red currently has several one off designs by Ditson. price is for the pair.
Rare large scale budding vase by Axel Salto for Royal Copenhagen circa late 1940’s. This example is done in a dark crimson glaze and is encised Salto on the bottom. The Royal Copenhagen stamp also graces the bottom. Excellent original condition.
Anodized aluminum tiered hanging lamp by Sven Middleboe circa mid 1960’s. This example has an orange and white interior juxtaposed with a stunning anodized aluminum exterior.
Arthur Umanoff for Howard Miller grandmother clock circa early 1970’s. This example is model number 677 and is done in smoked lucite walnut and chrome. The movement is visible from the front and back and and the clock is in excellent original condition.
Fantastic set of three highly decorative wood panels circa early 1950’s. These examples are all original and retain their original gold leafing. They were pulled from a Chicago bank some twenty years ago and would make great headboards or screens. Two panels measure as below, one measures 24″ wide. Price is for the set of three.
Lacquered fruit wood and brass globe circa mid 1960’s. This example has been masterfully restored and is ready for your geographic inquiries.
Rare “Anfibio” sofa designed by Alessandro Becchi for Giovannetti circa early 1970’s. This extraordinary convertible sofa has been impeccably restored in a wonderfully patinated caramel leather and easily converts to a double bed. The interior has also been replaced with a soft and supple material that matches the factory original.
Tramp art sculpture circa 1940’s. The column or base of this piece is hand turned and heavily patinated. The mask has a hand painted crown eyes and detailing and a very rich patina to the wood.
Serpent fetish nail sculpture from the Congo, central Africa circa early 1920’s. The figure has mirrored eyes to house the ancestral spirit or ‘nkisi force’ and patinated nails in the torso. Nails are driven into the effigy during ceremonial ritual with the intention to drive illness from the part of the body in which the nails are inserted.