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A pair of armchairs by Wycombe, Meyer & Co., manufactured circa 1970s, with white cushioned vinyl seats, set against tubular Lucite 'loop' frames and back splat on caster wheels.
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A pair of vintage table lamps in the manner of designer James Mont, with single sockets on brass square baluster form bodies
Curtis Jere wall-mounted sculpture, depicting a tree, comprised of welded and treated copper and mixed metals, it's branches depicted billowing in the wind, circa 1970s.
A woodblock by printmaker Paul Jacoulet (French, 1896-1960,) produced 1949 in Japan, titled "Une Histoire Tres Drole. Mongols"
A French early 20th century carriage clock by Tiffany & Co., of hexagonal form in gilt bronze, with neoclassical architectural elements
Mid-Century Modern 1960s lamp, produced for Marshall Studios and signed Martz, with glazed white ceramic body with geometric incising.
Pair lamps in the Art Deco style, with brass gazelle head motifs, mounted on columnar bases in glass.
Pair of 1960s side tables by Danish cabinetmaker Povl Dinesen, crafted of teak with floating top.
A pair silver plated table lamps with urn shaped bodies sitting atop tapered cube bases. Designed by Tommi Parzinger for Ligholier during the 1940’s.
A pair of 'Scissor' lounge chairs designed by Ward Bennett for Brickel Associates of Wisconsin, manufactured circa 1970s, each with rich stained wood frames, upholstered in deep burgundy leather with piping. Markings include label [Ward Bennet Designs for Brickel Associates] to the underside of one of the pair. The chairs remain in overall very good vintage condition, with some presence of wear to the original leather upholstery, minor scratches to the frame.
Acirca 1960sScandinavian modern rosewood desk by H.P. Hansen Møbelindustri of Randers, Denmark, with curved top above filing cabinet to the right, three drawers to the left, separated by single shelf; open shelf space to the reverse, with a locking cabinet and original key included. The desk remains in very good vintage condition, with age appropriate wear, including minor scratches and small chip to one of the drawers, consistent with age and use.
A daybed and bench, manufactured circa 1970s by Brayton International Collection, with cushioned seat upholstered in burgundy leather, on tubular chrome base. Very good vintage condition, with age appropriate wear, including minor scratches to original leather.
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