Friday, February 17, 2017

Making Room

We have some beautiful pieces that didn't find a new home during our sale, so we are reducing the prices a little further in hopes of making some room for new arrivals.  If you subscribe to the blog, these won't show up in your inbox as they are not new listings, so please check out the blog directly.  Thanks

Chrome Cart


Chic and sleek two-tiered chrome, glass and caned cart on casters.  It would make a great bar cart or server, particularly where space is limited.  45" l., 18" w., 27.5" h.  American, c. 1970's  $395.00  SALE $175.00

Hickory Furniture Credenza

Cool and casual with a nice cottage/ beach house feel, this credenza by Hickory has three center drawers with patinated bail pulls which are flanked by doors.  Each door opens to a compartment with one shelf.  Below two large drawers provide additional storage.  60" l., 19" d., 32" h.  American, c. 1960's  $850.00  SALE $595.00

Asian Modern Cabinet


Asian Modern table/ cabinet which would function nicely as a side table, coffee table or TV stand.  The cabinet has two doors, with interesting patinated brass hardware, which open to a large storage compartment.  28" square, 21" h.  American, c. 1970  $350.00  SALE $150.00

1970's Chest


Seventies chic, custom five-drawer chest of white laminate over wood with lucite and chrome pulls.  There is a matching two-drawer bedside stand available as well.  32" w., 21.5" d., 42" h.  American, c. 1970's  $595.00 for the chest, $195.00 for the stand  SALE $350.00 for the chest

Faux Ostrich Console Table


Parsons style console wrapped in tan faux ostrich.  48" l., 18" w., 25" h.  American, c. 1970's  $595.00  SALE $350.00

T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb, Coffee Table

Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings was the most important decorator in America in the 1930's and 40's.  After opening a shop on Madison Avenue in 1936, he became the designer of choice for such prominent Americans as tobacco heiress Doris Duke, Alfred A. Knopf and Thelma Chrysler Foy.  His style would best be described as modern historicism.  He was heavily influenced by Ancient Grecian design and the visual vocabulary of the classical world.  That being said, his designs did, during his time,  and still do feel fresh and completely modern.  Some of his best known and most iconic pieces were produced during the time he worked as a designer for Widdicomb Furniture, from 1943 to 1956.  There is a casual elegance and rich simplicity to his work during that period that few others have been able to achieve, but many have tried to copy. Designed by T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb, this coffee table is cool, clean and very modern.  48" l., 22" d., 15" h.  American, c. 1950's  $975.00  SALE $650.00




Replogle World Globe on Lucite Stand


I don't think we've ever described a globe as chic before, but it's a fitting adjective.  This is a sensational piece and unlike any we have seen.  LeRoy M. Tolman was the cartographer of the globe, and it is beautifully illustrated.  It swivels on a thick and heavy lucite stand.  The base is weighted and covered in black acrylic and gold metal.  It is very decorative and would be just as at home in a living room as in a study, den or bedroom.  Stand, 47" h., 24" w., 12.5" d.  Globe, 16" diam.  American, c. 1970's  $650.00  SALE $325.00

Peter Hvidt and Orla Molgaard-Nielsen for France and Daverkosen, Modular Tables



This pair of modular tables was designed by Peter Hvidt and Orla Molgaard-Nielsen, manufactured by France and Daverkosen, and retailed in the U.S. by John Stuart.  Each table has a shield-shaped top and three slim patinated brass legs.  They may be used as side tables, stacked, or used together as a small coffee table.  Originally they were sold individually and could be arranged in a variety of ways as seen in this post. https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/tables/coffee-tables-cocktail-tables/modular-coffee-table-peter-hvidt-orla-mlgaard-nielsen/id-f_5830583/  Each table is stamped with the maker, manufacturer and retailer's mark.  Danish, c. 1952  $450.00 for the pair  SALE $250.00 for the pair

Kipp Stewart and Stewart MacDougall for Drexel Furniture, Credenza

Designed by Kipp Stewart and Stewart MacDougall for the Declaration Collection by Drexel, this beautiful credenza of rich, warm walnut has two long top drawers (one with dividers) and two sets of doors below.  On the right side, the doors open to a compartment with an adjustable shelf.  The left side has an adjustable shelf and two vertical dividers for larger platters, etc.  60" l., 20" d., 31" h.  American, c. 1960  $1,250.00  SALE $895.00  

Fostoria Glass Chinoiserie Table Lamp


The Lalique look.  This sophisticated Fostoria Glass lamp has a frosted and clear glass urn base decorated all around with figural and floral Chinese motifs.  The base sits on a black glass plinth and the lamp comes with the silk shade as pictured.  24" h., 15" diam.  American, c. 1940's  $225.00  SALE $125.00

Italian Brass Bar Cart


Very fine and elegant two-tiered brass bar cart with glass shelves.  The cart has a substantial brass handle, brass galleries and pineapple finials.  The cart is in excellent condition and rolls very smoothly.  37" l., 22" w., 32" h.  Italian, c. 1950's  $1,350.00  SALE $695.00