Set of 6 Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin dining chairs circa early 1970’s. These chairs are remarkable as they are all original. There are two arm chairs and four sides. The frames are square chrome tubing juxtaposed with the original linen cotton blend fabric. These examples have deep seats and perfect pitch to the backs making them extremely comfortable. The burl wood dining table from this set is also available.
Wonderful Harvey Probber game table circa late 1950’s. This example is done in book matched richly grained striped African mahogany and has sculpted saber legs. It can be used as a square table and also doubles in size and slides to make a nice size dining table. Please see our other listing for the Probber dining table from the same series.
Pair of Shirley Penman Op Art lithographs circa 1970. These examples are different variations on the theme of squares. They are both artist proofs and were exhibited at the Allrich Gallery in San Francisco. They can be sold individually or as the pair. Price is for one.
Chrome brass and glass dining table circa early 1970’s. This example has a variation of brass and chrome square rods. What is unusual about this particular example is that it is collapsible and can be shaped in a few different forms then stored away in it’s smaller configuration.
Patinated bronze and lucite rod umbrella stand or accent table by Gabriella Crespi circa early 1970’s.
Italian chrome and leather rocking chair and ottoman circa early 1970’s. This example has been recently upholstered in slightly pebbled supple gray leather. Both the chair and ottoman rock. (Both figuratively and metaphorically).
Edward Wormley for Dunbar magazine table circa late 1950’s. This example is two toned and has a beautiful clover shaped ash top with solid mahogany legs and sides. The sides are steamed and formed so as to hold magazines and have hand polished brass fittings. Excellent restored condition.
Philip and Kelvin Laverne cocktail table circa early 1970’s. This stunning example is finely carved and etched bronze over pewter. It has a curved plinth bronze base and entrancing pattern of wonderfully patinated trees. Excellent original condition.
Rare convertible sofa by Florence Knoll for Knoll Associates circa mid 1960’s. Remarkably this example retains its stunning original red Knoll upholstery. It has been refoamed with high density polyurethane foam. The stainless steel frame and legs are in excellent original condition and the beauty of this sofa is that it pulls out to comfortably sleep one.
French table lamp circa late 1950’s. This adjustable example has a polished brass frame perforated white and black lacquered shade and leather wrapped handle. It has been completely restored and newly wired.