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Rare Edward Wormley Dunbar Sideboard

Edward Wormley for Dunbar sideboard circa late 1950’s. This example has 4 incredibly grained walnut burl sliding doors with 10 interior drawers (5 on each side). There are also adjustable interior shelves.
The case is a dark stained mahogany and the entire chest has recently been impeccably restored. Retains Dunbar brass tag.

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Textured Oil on Linen Painting by Steven Sles

Textured oil on linen painting by Steven Sles circa early 1960’s. Sles was a mouth painter who studied under Hans Hoffman. This example has organic highly textured forms layered in color. Please see Red’s other listings for other works by Sles.

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Exquisite Velvet & Walnut Italian Lounge Chairs

Exquisite pair of velvet and solid walnut Italian lounge chairs circa early 1960’s. These stunning examples have sculptural tapered solid walnut arms legs and stretchers and have been newly upholstered in a chic Maharam olive green leather. Price listed is for the pair.

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Stunning Brutalist Steel & Pine Dining Table & Chairs

tunning brutalist steel and stained pine dining table and chairs circa early 1960’s. this unusual example has a stained solid pine slab top with a formed and heavily textured steel base that wraps around the sides and ends of the table and through the center of the table as well. there are two high back Captain’s chairs and four side chairs. The legs of the chairs are the same textured brutalist style as the dining table and the chair seats and backs and are capped through the pine wood. Price listed is for the table and 6 chairs

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Steven Sles Oil on Linen Painting circa 1955

Early Steven Sles oil on linen painting circa 1955. Sles was a mouth painter who studied under Hans Hoffman. This work mixes thick texture and fine balance of line work and color. Please see Red’s other listings for additional examples by Sles.

Frame measures 0.5″ wide

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Ceramic Bronze Walnut Ottoman by Porzio & Ditson

Husband and wife team Allen Ditson and Lee Porzio were Arizona designers in the 1950’s – 1970’s. This example features the ceramic work of Porzio and bronze and wood work of Ditson. This ottoman is adjustable in height and would work well with the red leather Ditson chair that Red currently has available.