Carved totem sculpture by Jeanette Bernhard circa mid 1960’s. This 6.5′ tall work is executed in sculpted and stacked foam and is from a series Ms. Bernhardt did involving the mysteries and mysticism of the Kaballah.
Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen high back swivel Oxford chair circa mid 1960’s. This example has it’s original heavily patinated caramel leather and star aluminum base. We love how perfectly broken in the leather is on this chair but we can also happily upholstery it in the leather or fabric of your choice.
Set of four Italian occasional/dining chairs by Chiavari circa late 1950’s. These examples have highly ornate brass backs and legs and have been recently upholstered in a black and white op art fabric by Alexander Girard. Price is for the set of 4.
Dark walnut folding dining table by Bruno Mathsson for Karl Mathsson circa mid 1960’s. Fully extended this table measures 110″ long and is extremely versatile in that it can be used with one or both of its sides down. It also can be completely folded up for easy storage.
Excellent restored condition.
Rare George Nelson ‘Kite’ floor lamp circa early 1960’s. Features original linen shade with wood ball pull switch pivoting head and sleek steel frame.
Oil Painting on board by 1950’s socialite Lucile Brokaw. This piece is entitled ‘Fishing Pier” and has a very cubist feel to it with a wonderful deconstruction of line and color. Signed and dated 1953.
Pair of prototype chairs designed by Robert Whitton circa late 1980’s. These examples have cantilevered seats tubular steel legs subtly and curved backs with two circular cutouts in each back. They are powder coated lemon yellow and can be used indoors or out.
Rosewood credenza by H.P. Hansen circa mid 1960’s. This example is all original and has four drawers down the middle with solid rosewood drawer pulls. On the left and right side of those drawers are sliding doors that when open reveal adjustable shelves. The solid rosewood legs taper nicely and the credenza is trimmed in a bow shaped form giving it added aesthetic appeal.
Custom Paul Mccobb for Calvin Furniture sideboard circa mid 1950’s. This example is done in striped African mahogany, brass and black leather. The accordion doors are clad in their original black leather and open to reveal six interior drawers. The top of the chest is trimmed in hand polished brass and there are three drawers above the accordion doors with hand polished chrome drawer pulls. The legs of the sideboard are done in a bronze finish. Excellent restored condition.
Walnut and steel credenza by George Nelson for Herman Miller circa early 1960’s. This chest is all original and has four drawers two doors with interior storage and two push shelves that open for writing surfaces. The white dividers near the top of the chest are great for file and paper storage and are also fully removable depending on need.