Rare Clara Porset occasional chair from Italy circa late 1950’s. This hard to find example won an award at the 1957 Milan Triennale and has an elegantly curved steel frame with original black leather upholstery. The steel frame does have patina as does the upholstery but we love the broken in feel to this chair.
Arthur Umanoff suede and walnut arm chair circa mid 1960’s. This example has a cut out back and elegantly tapered walnut legs and arms. The upholstery has recently been done in a sage green suede and the arms and legs have newly lacquered.
Hand painted pinched ceramic Italian charger made exclusively for Baker, Knapp & Tubbs. Intriguing face reminiscent of Picasso or Roualt. Can be hung on a wall or set on a cocktail table for display. Mint condition
Large scale rosewood and leather club chair from Finland circa early 1970’s. This example has a beautifully grained rosewood frame and has been newly upholstered in an open grained nicely patinated olive green leather. Please see our other listings for the accompanying sofa.
Set of 16 dining chairs by Mastercraft circa early 1970’s. These examples have beautifully grained dark burl wood backs and frames with brass trim accents. The upholstery has recently been done in a chocolate brown mohair.
Tangerine enamel and chrome floor lamp circa early 1970’s. This example has an adjustable pivoting head and is in excellent original condition.
Milo Baughman for Glenn of California chest of drawers circa late 1950’s. This example has three drawers with solid rosewood pulls and two tambour doors each with an adjustable interior shelf. The chest itself is done in finely grained mahogany.
Set of 8 Sergio Rodrigues dining chairs circa early 1960’s. These examples were designed for the for the Bloch, Editores headquarters in Rio. They are solid incredibly grained jacaranda and have been impeccably restored. The seats have been newly upholstered in a fantastic marshmallow white leather with a subtle sheen.
Steven Sles abstract oil painting on linen circa mid 1960’s. Sles was a handicapped painter who studied under Hans Hoffman and remarkably painted all his works with his mouth. This example has a wonderful depth of color and rich texturing.
Steven Sles oil painting on board circa mid 1960’s. Sles was a handicapped painter who studied under Hans Hoffman and remarkably painted all his works with his mouth. This example uses pointillism and wonderful color layering to form a masterful painting.