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Lobel Modern, opened in 1998 by Evan Lobel, showcases furniture, lighting, hand-blown glass and art by important designers from the 1940's thru the 1980's. Located in the Four Points section of lower Manhattan.

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Giulio Radi Hand Blown Footed Vessel with Silver and Gold Foil with Murrhines 1940s

Evan Lobel

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Footed vessel with base in hand-blown clear glass with gold foil and body in green glass with silver foil and murrhines by Giulio Radi for Arte Vetraria Muranese (A.V.E.M.), Murano Italy, 1940's..

W: 11 inches
D: 6.5 inches
H: 6 inches

Condition: Excellent

$5,500

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Philip & Kelvin LaVerne Large "Chan" Coffee Table 1960s

Evan Lobel

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"Chan" coffee table in pewter and bronze with hand-painted Chinese scene by Philip and Kelvin Laverne, 1960's. Signed on top “Philip + Kelvin LaVerne”. This is the largest size this table was made. It’s impressive and has beautiful coloration.

Reference:
”The Art of Philip LaVerne, Sculpture II, Bronze and Pewter Tables, catalog published in the 1960’s, photo shown on page 9 with description on page 42 which states: “Chinese artistry at its peak under the Chan Dynasty, is recreated in this intricately carved design. We see peasants carrying a sacred gift to the Emperor’s child. Delicately wrought leaves and figures, combine with a rich variety of multicolored patinas to create the Chinoiserie top. Colored patina inserts highlight the hexagonal pedestal. 36”, 40” or 48” round. The design is credited as inspiring and evoking French and English periods of furniture design”

 H: 17.5 inches
Diam: 47.5 inches

 Condition: Excellent

$18,000

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Philip & Kelvin LaVerne Rare and Important "Viola" Coffee Table 1960s

Evan Lobel

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Rare and important "Viola" coffee table in patinated bronze with hand-painted enamels and glass top inspired by music by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne, American 1960s. Signed on top by “Philip Kelvin LaVerne”. This table is unusual because of the negative space cut out under glass as part of the design. Truly exceptional.

Reference:
”The Art of Philip LaVerne, Sculpture II, Bronze and Pewter Tables, catalog published in the 1960’s, photo shown on page 20 with description on page 43 which states: “The brilliant world of music was the inspiration for this magnificent design. An abstract violin, along with other musical symbols have been carved in a fret work of open bronze. The pierced top rests under a glass surface which allows the most delightful reflections of music to come through. Open sculptures of bronze glide up to form the legs.”

W: 39 inches
D: 35 inches
H: 17 inches

Condition: Excellent

$18,000

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Design Technics Pair of Studio Made Ceramic Table Lamps 1960s (signed)

Evan Lobel

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Pair of studio made taupe ceramic table lamps with inscribed wavy lines, by Lee Rosen for Design Technics, American 1960's. Signed with insignia on the backs.

 Dimensions for each

Diam: 10 inches
H: 34 inches
Shade Diam: 16 inches

Condition: Excellent

$7,500 for the pair

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Karl Springer Exceptional Pair of Candle Holders in Lucite and Brass 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Pair of candle holders in lucite and brass by Karl Springer, American 1970's. It is rare to see these in lucite. They have great scale.

Dimensions for each

Large:                              Small:
Diam: 8 inches              Diam: 8 inches
H: 18 inches                  H: 14 inches

Condition: Excellent

$4,500 for the pair

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Giulio Radi Hand-Blown Glass Vase with Murrhines and Gold Foil ca 1950

Evan Lobel

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Hand blown blue glass vase with murrhines and gold foil by Giulio Radi for Arte Vetraria Muranese (A.V.E.M.), Murano Italy, circa 1950. Radi's works are beautiful and rare. The gold foil in the glass give it a jewel-like quality.

Reference:
"Art Glass from Murano 1910-1970" by Marc Heiremans published by Arnoldsche in 1993, page A.VE.M. 11, an archival photo from the XXV Biennale of Venice in 1950 shows 3 vases. The vase on the right is a similar form with identical murrhines.

Diam: 4 inches
H: 10.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$15,000

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Chic Pair of Newly Upholstered Benches with Lucite Bases 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Pair of round benches with lucite bases, American 1970's. These benches are newly upholstered in faux fur by Lobel Modern.

Dimensions for each
Diam: 21 inches
H: 22 inches

Condition: Excellent

$5.500 for the pair

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Dorothy Draper Pair of Espana Benches in Black Lacquer with Gilding 1940s

Evan Lobel

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Pair of Espana Benches in black lacquer with gilding and brass accents with tufted seats by Dorothy Draper, American 1940's. These benches are very elegant.

Dimensions for Each

W: 25.5 inches
D: 20.5 inches
H: 18 inches

Condition: Excellent

$6,500 for the pair

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Karl Springer Exceptional Hand Blown Scavo Glass Vase 1980s (signed)

Evan Lobel

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Large hand blown amber glass vase with scavo finish by Seguso, Murano Italy, for Karl Springer, American 1980's. Signed on bottom “Karl Springer”.

Diam: 14.5 inches
H: 24.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$7,500

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Harvey Probber Mahogany Credenza with Blue Leather Sliding Doors 1950s (signed)

Evan Lobel

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Cabinet 864B in mahogany with blue leather and brass trim and pulls, 2 sliding doors and 5 drawers, by Harvey Probber, American 1950's. Metal label inside top right drawer reads “Furniture Designed by Harvey Probber / Fall River, Massachusetts”. The interior has white lacquered drawers with offset pulls. Beautifully outfitted and meticulously crafted. This cabinet has been refinished and restored by Lobel Modern.

 W: 65.5 inches
D: 18 inches
H: 32.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$12,500

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Harvey Probber Large Rectangular Mirror with Brass Frame 1950s

Evan Lobel

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Large rectangular mirror with brass frame by Harvey Probber, American 1950's.

 W: 24 inches
D: 0.5 inches
H: 48 inches

Condition: Excellent

$4,500

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Harvey Probber Tall Chest of Drawers in Mahogany with Blue Leather Doors 1950s (signed)

Evan Lobel

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Tall chest model no. 865B in mahogany with blue leather doors and brass trim and pulls, beautifully outfitted, by Harvey Probber, American 1950's. Metal label inside top right drawer reads “Furniture Designed by Harvey Probber / Fall River, Massachusetts”. The combination of blue with the brass and mahogany is very chic. This piece is meticulously crafted.

 W: 42 inches
D: 18.5 inches
H: 54.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$9,500

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Mastercraft Elegant Chair with Bronze Frame with Bamboo Motif 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Upholstered chair with frame in bronze with bamboo motif by Mastercraft, American 1970's. Newly upholstered by Lobel Modern in blue velvet.

W: 22 inches
D: 23 inches
H: 45 inches
Seat H: 18 inches

Condition: Excellent

$3,500

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Arteluce Pair of Telescopic Floor Lamps in Enameled Steel 1983 (signed) - ON HOLD

Evan Lobel

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Pair of telescopic sculptural floor lamps, model Club 1195, in enameled steel with sand blasted lenses by Arteluce, Italy 1983 (labels on bases read “Arteluce Club 1195 MADE IN ITALY”). The height of these lamps is adjustable and the lights can be adjusted directionally. They give off a beautiful light.

 Dimensions for each

Diam: 9 inches
H: 50.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$5,500 for the pair

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Paul McCobb Chaise with Mahogany Legs and Brass Stretchers 1950s

Evan Lobel

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Elegant chaise model no. 5018 with mahogany legs and brass stretchers by Paul McCobb for Calvin Furniture, American 1950's.

W: 51 inches
D: 24 inches
H: 31 inches
Seat H: 16 inches

Condition: Excellent

$10,500

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Stunning Hand Blown Chandelier in Pulegoso Glass 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Chandelier with sculptural hand-blown pulegoso glass (with air bubbles) horns, Murano Italy, 1970's. This chandelier is very striking.

Diam: 24 inches
H: 17 inches (glass portion only)/chain can be adjusted to any height

Condition: Excellent

$6,500

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Steven Holl Rare Set of Bronze Candlesticks 1986 (signed)

Evan Lobel

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Rare set of 3 architectural bronze candlesticks by Steven Holl for Swid Powell, American 1986. Signed “S. Holl / Swid Powell” on bottoms.

Dimensions for each without candles

Large
W: 5 inches
D: 5 inches
H: 20 inches

Medium
W: 5 inches
D: 5 inches
H: 19 inches

Small
W: 5 inches
D: 5 inches
H: 15 inches

Condition: Excellent (wear with age)

$6,000 for the set

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Console Table with 2 Drawers and Curved Sides in Tessellated Horn 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Console table in tessellated horn with curved sides and 2 drawers, made in Colombia, 1970's.

 W: 60 inches
D: 18 inches
H: 30 inches

Condition: Excellent

$12,000

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Karl Springer Large Wall Hanging Mirror in Tessellated Horn 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Round wall hanging mirror with concentric rings in tessellated horn with bronze accents by Karl Springer, American 1970's. This mirror is impressive and is meticulously crafted.

Diam: 48.5 inches
H: 4 inches

Condition: Excellent

$12,000

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Rare Robert Venturi Set of 14 Queen Anne Chairs for Knoll circa 1984 (signed)

Evan Lobel

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Set of 14 Queen Anne Chairs including 2 black captains chairs by Robert Venturi for Knoll International USA, circa 1984.  12 in colorful “Grandmother Pattern” by Denise Scott Brown. Label on underside reads “Knoll International”.
These chairs explored new manufacturing techniques. It is extremely rare to find such a large set in this condition.

Reference: Out of the Ordinary, Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown and Associates: Architecture, Urbanism, Design, Brown Lee, De Long, Hiesinger, pg. 209.

Dimensions for Each:

W: 23.5 inches
D: 20 inches
H: 38.5 inches
Seat H: 18 inches

Condition: Excellent

$90,000 for the set

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