Set of 8 dining chairs (6 sides model No. 6738 and 2 arms model No. 6739) in ash with upholstered seats by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar, American 1967 (metal tag on bottom). Refinished and reupholstered in linen by Lobel Modern.
W arm chairs: 25 1/2 inches
W side chairs: 22 inches
D: 23 inches
H: 33 1/2 inches
Seat H: 19 inches
$15,000 for the set of 8
Pair of incredible "Bressan" Louis XV illuminated display cabinets in antique blue lacquer with custom bronze hardware and accents by Auffray & Co, American, 1969. These cabinets were commissioned by interior designer Robert Leviton & Sons for a home in Kings Point, New York. Original documentation to accompany cabinets.
H: 88.5 inches
W: 43.5 inches
D: 20 inches
$18,000 for the pair
Pair of beautifully crafted “Sled Chairs” No. 1060P in mirror-finished stainless steel with hand-stitched glove leather seat pads over woven rattan by Ward Bennett for Brickell, American 1970's (signed on bottom with original metal tags which read “WARD BENNETT DESIGNS FOR BRICKEL ASSOCIATES”). These chairs are considered one of Ward Bennett’s best designs.
W: 27 inches
D: 29 inches
H: 30 inches
H at seat: 16 inches
Condition: Excellent (some small minor scratches on metal)
Easel floor lamp in brass with spotlight designed by Angelo Lelli for Arredoluce, Italy 1950’s. This floor lamp has fully adjustable armatures to hold artwork with an articulating spotlight. It’s an iconic Italian design.
H: 82.5 inches
W: 22.5 inches
D: 36 inches
Condition: Excellent - some small marks on metal.
Sculptural chair and ottoman on polished chrome base from Denmark and purchased from the George Tanier showroom in New York City in 1965. Original invoice on accompanies chair and ottoman. It is incredibly comfortable.
33 inches high
37 inches wide
34 inches deep
25 inches high
25 inches square
Matching pair of sofas, model no. 5407, with biscuit tufted arms and back with brass castors by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, American 1954 (original "D" metal tag on bottom). Newly reupholstered in brown mohair velvet by Lobel Modern.
H: 25 inches
W: 100 inches
D: 36 inches
$30,000 for the pair
Sculptural and Iconic dining table, model No. PE-397 in walnut burl and brass, by Paul Evans for Directional Furniture, American 1970's. The base is beautifully made and can support a large piece of glass.
H: 29 inches
W: 45 inches
D: 22 inches
Condition: Very Good - few spots, scratches and dents commensurate with age and light use.
Hand crafted "Task Table" shown in Karung snake by Mary Forssberg for Lobel Modern. This piece can be made in any size, material and color (price may vary). It comes with an optional try which is fitted to sit on top.
H: 26 inches / 27.5 inches with optional tray attached
W: 20 inches / 21.75 inches with optional tray attached
D: 14 inches / 14 inches with optional tray attached
$7,000 / $11,000 with optional tray included