Sculptural iron and wood fireplace tools, circa mid-1960s. These examples have solid iron frames with inset wood detailing.
Beautiful and rare cast brass ceramic turquoise inlay ashtray or plate. Gorgeous patina that we’ve chosen not to polish. Heavy weighted brass. Stamped Mendoza on the underside, circa late 1950s. Till the end of the year Red Modern is offering free shipping for the US, on this item until the end of 2015.
Rustic wood and copper candelabra or candleholder, circa late 1950s. This example unusually melds carved wood and patinated copper.
4 teak waste baskets from Sweden circa early 1960’s. Price listed is for the set of 4. Dimension listed is for thelargest example. Smaller examples measure: 11″ tall x 10″ diameter.
Sculptural walnut and brass globe, circa early 1960s. This all original example is in excellent original condition.
Lee Porzio hand-painted ceramic mirror, circa late 1950s. This one off example has figural and animal motifs hand-painted by the artist. The mirror itself was even hand etched.
Solid walnut mirror by Allen Ditson, circa early 1960s. This incredible example is the only one ever produced by Ditson. It was made for his wife Lee Porzio. It is adjustable up and down (lowest it measures 31.5″ and fully extended 52.25″) and is truly magnificent from every angle. Red will be listing several Ditson and Porzio items in the coming weeks. Please inquire for photos and pricing.
It’s Time for Enna Jetticks neon clock circa late 1940’s. This example has a ribbed brushed aluminum frame, sculptural clock hands and great graphics. It has recently been rewired and the neon has been gone through as well. Lights up white when illuminated.
Arthur Umanoff for Raymor iron and wicker candleholders, circa late 1950s. These all original examples are tangerine orange enamel with wicker wrapped bases.
Early Charles and Ray Eames FSW folding screen circa late 1940’s. This 6 panel example is hinged in canvas and executed in birch. Has a wonderful patina to the wood and canvas.
Each panel is 9.5″