3 Acrylic paintings on linen by Aldine circa late 1960’s. Aldine was an Egyptian born artist who painted in France. These examples have a Miro type feel with heavy use of black with red and blue accents. The blue painting is larger than the other two.
Button tufted Florence Knoll bench circa early 1960’s. This example has it’s original patinated black leather and steel frame.
Lovely Danish lounge chair after circa early 1960’s. This all original example is upholstered in a wonderfully patinated milk chocolate leather and has an accompanying ottoman.
Rosewood and leather sofa by Hans Olsen circa early 1950’s. Sofa features exotic Brazilian rosewood with beautiful black graining and flared arms. The upholstery is done in a supple buttery smooth leather french seaming to the upholstered frame and down filled back cushions. Matching chair also available. Excellent restored condition.
Rosewood and leather lounge chair by Hans Olsen circa early 1950’s. Features exotic Brazilian rosewood with beautiful black graining and flared arms. The upholstery is done in a supple buttery smooth leather french seaming to the upholstered frame and down filled back cushions. Matching sofa also available. Excellent restored condition.
Black lacquered italian bench circa late 1950’s. This example is upholstered in an off white hair on cow hide which pops next to the subtly tapered black lacquered frame of the bench.
Paul Mccobb two tiered table circa mid 1950’s. This example is solid maple with ebonized splayed legs and spindle stretchers along with three petite drawers. It can be used as a cocktail table, sofa table or would be great for a television.
Pair of Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller 670 lounge chairs and ottomans. Both examples have recently been lacquered and retain their original leather.
One example dates from the early 70’s the other from the early 80’s. There are three ottomans available – 2 black and one white.
Price listed is for one chair and ottoman.
Set of six Ditte and Adrian Heath for Cado solid ash dining chairs circa early 1970’s. The finish has been done in a limes or cerused gray and white finish wherein the the exquisite graining is off white and the background is a lovely deep gray. The slings have been upholstered in a soft richly grained white leather. Red also has a dining table and sideboard from the same series with the same cerused finish.
Rare Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce floor lamp circa late 1950’s. This example has a carrera marble base flat black metal body and conical head and a wonderful pivoting brass eyeball in its center. The floor switch is brass as well and the entire lamp has recently been rewired.