Pair of tufted leather and chrome lounge chairs circa late 1960’s. Features supple rust colored leather with button tufted cushions and sides on chrome legs. Excellent restored condition. Price is for the pair.
Rosewood and glass corner chest from Denmark circa mid 1960’s. This example has fantastic graining to the Brazilian rosewood and more than ample storage for any and all of your curiosities.
Edward Wormley for Dunbar partners desk circa early 1960’s. This stunning example has a newly lacquered mahogany frame with polished brass accents. The top has inlaid leather and the drawer pulls are beautifully grained solid rosewood.
The beauty of this desk is its functionality – essentially like two desks in one. The three drawers open on both sides for more than ample storage and versatility for more than one user at one time. Excellent restored condition.
Pair of flexuous lucite lounge chairs circa early 1970’s. These examples have subtly curved backs and sides and the black ultrasuede seats are attached by dapper chrome covers. Price is for the pair.
Leather and brass bench from Italy circa early 1960’s. Done in a richly grained cognac brown leather with flared brass cabriolet legs. Excellent restored condition.
Edward Wormley for Dunbar Wing love seat circa early 1950’s. This example has been masterfully upholstered in a wonderful Maharam Even 010 Onyx fabric which has a little bronze sheen neath the charcoals and blacks that melds seamlessly with the brass legs. Please see our other listings for the matching sofa.
Edward Wormley for Dunbar Wing sofa circa early 1950’s. This example has been masterfully upholstered in a wonderful Maharam Even 010 Onyx fabric which has a little bronze sheen neath the charcoals and blacks that melds seamlessly with the brass legs. Please see our other listings for the matching love seat.
Wonderful folk art collage painting circa 1940’s. This multi layered example depicts a figure in the midst of a finely painted abstract landscape.
Pair of Eames for Herman Miller LCM chairs circa late 1940’s. The walnut example is first year production and retains its original Evans label. The ash example is early as well and was purchased from a former member of the Eames office. Price listed ($2200) is for the walnut example. The ash chair is $1600
Quartz brass and ebonized wood table lamp circa mid 1950’s. This example has a 7″ thick quartz base that sits atop a free form ebonized wood base. The patinated brass forms have a Paavo Tynell meets Bertoia feel. Excelent original condition.