Stunning pair of 1970's steel "Arco" lounge chairs attributed to Paul Tuttle. Newly reupholstered in velvet. - Modern Retro Finds
Pair of floor lamps each composed of six frosted opaline glass balls cascading down gilt lacquered brass and black enameled metal stem on white marble base with original foot switch. Beautiful and iconic Stillovo design with contrasting colors of milky white shades and gold and black details and stem. Rewired to U.S. standards.- soyun K
A Swedish Karl Johan birch and birch root center table, circa 1830s. The well figured circular top above a plain frieze with four true drawers and four pie shaped drawers, raised on a circular turned pedestal with gadrooned banding, ending with three plain cabriole legs. - Evergreen Antiques
Mahogany Credenza by Osvaldo Borsani for Arredamenti Borsani , Italy, 1948
Credenza in mahogany designed by the architect Osvaldo Borsani with bronze sculptural handles designed by Lucio Fontana, produced by Arredamenti Borsani Varedo in the 1940's. On left door is of a woman's shawl, hair comb and tambourine, the right door has a cape, hat and sword. Swipe for a better view of the right door decoration. - Fred Silberman
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Pair of armchairs in mosaic stainless steel brass and lapis lazuli by Stan Usel
Original pair of easy armchairs in stainless steel, red copper and brass are inserted with original lapis lazuli stones and covered with comfortable genuine teddy bear wool. Exceptional craftsmanship, this original and unique piece is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Belgian - St Germain
James Bearden Wall Sculpture "Array 1"
Wall sculpture “Array 1” of dyed torch-cut steel with fused glass and bronze. By American artist James Bearden. The helix-like form, suggesting a celestial cluster or a DNA strand, has a sophisticated iridescent color palette evoking Kandinsky’s Der Blaue Reiter period. Bearden's work was featured in a 2017 solo exhibition at the NY Design Center titled "James Bearden: Life in Steel;" in an article in the January 2017 Interior Design Magazine; in an introspective feature on 1stdibs; and in a feature article in DSM Magazine. Width: 41" - Weinberg Modern
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Suite of four solid brass Chiavari chairs - Italy 1970's. Rare square wing back design with velvet upholstery. - Exante Antiques 📸: @joshgaddy
Carlo Scarpa - Paolo Venini
Venini 1930's reticello glass globe chandelier
Early and rare 1930's stunning reticello glass globe chandelier in a beautiful and warm gold, cream and white hand-blown glass; iconic swirl design with brass columnar support and canopy. All original. (Re-wired for USA standards). Designed by Carlo Scarpa (1906-1978). Venice, Italy, circa 1935
Size: 24' high from base to canopy x 13" globe diameter - Babou New York
Just a few examples available from Aldo Londi's iconic "Rimini Blu" series for Bitossi, circa 1960s. Variations in blue, from dark to light, with hand-incised and/or -stamped decorations. - Full Circle Modern
Ruth Francken (1924-2006), Rare First Edition "L'Homme" Chair, 1971,
From a limited edition of 30 (of which only 11 were realized) by the Galerie Eric and Xiane Germain, Paris. Impressed "2" to the underside of the metal base and and "KPA" to the underside of the left
fiberglass cheek (indicating first edition). Provenance: Acquired by Interior Designer Ruben de Saavedra in 1971 from Galerie Germain.
Note: Other examples from this edition were collected by, among others:
Aristotle Onassis, Hubert de Givenchy, The King of Morocco, and French actress Jacqueline Delubac. From the inventory of Robert Burge
Pair of Italian Mid-Century Club Chairs
A pair of Modernist Italian Club Chairs attributed to I.S.A.
Upholstered with ebonized legs and patinated brass sabots. 1950s - Karl Kemp Antiques