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Designer Name: Lorin Jackson
Style: Grosfeld House had a range of designers, more notably, Italian-born Lorin Jackson, who created furniture that was considered to be a mix of art deco and modernism.
Materials Used: Lorin Jackson used lucite, leatherette, walnut, mahogany, glass, and brass.
History: Grosfeld House was a New York design company that was prolific in manufacturing Lucite furniture during the 1940’s and 1950’s. Lucite is a kind of clear acrylic, similar to plastic but it can be molded and designed. This newly discovered material was in high demand and to be able to commission the services of top designers to create stunning furniture and accessories was a coup indeed. Grosfeld House commissioned Lorin Jackson to design the acclaimed Glassics Collection from this versatile and timeless material.
Their acclaimed designers worked on a range of other materials to produce classical and art deco furniture that was the envy of the world. From intricately carved mahogany armchairs to neoclassical armchairs.
Discover the range of different types of materials Grosfeld House designers worked on at Showcase.
Grosfeld House classic style console with matching mirror in ebonized wood.
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A pair of butterfly armchairs in neoclassical style, made in the 1940s by Grosfeld House with a hand-sculpted wooden structure with rich detailing.
Rare Art Deco era mahogany curio cabinet by Grosfeld House circa 1940s, obelisk-form shelves on two-door cabinet.
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