Thursday, April 17, 2014

Grete Jalk Surfboard Coffee Table


















Poul Jeppesen

1960s


Outstanding Large Solid Teak Surfboard Shaped Table

Thick Top with Sculpted and Raised Edge

Rich, Deep Orange Hued Patina

Amazing Teak Wood Grain

Could be Used as a Bench

$1,100

Eames Leather Lounge Chair & Ottoman














1960s

by Plycraft or Selig


Vintage Reproduction of the Ray & Charles Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman

All the Proportions of the Chair are Deep and Wide

Chair Features a Five Star Chrome Base

The Ottoman and the Back Support Mimics the Classic Charles Eames’ Iconic Chair

Maple Wood and Soft Tobacco Brown Leather Upholstery

The chair swivels 360 degrees; The ottoman is fixed 

Although the Lounge Chair and Ottoman are Not Herman Miller Originals, They are More Than Likely Made by Plycraft or Selig, Both High-End Makers of the Period and Very Collectible

In Overall Good Original Vintage Condition

Chair: 32" x 32" x 39.5" H Seat Height: 16"


Ottoman: 21" x 18" x 15"

In Overall Fair to Good Original Vintage Condition

$595

HISTORY:

The Eames Lounge Chair and ottoman are furnishings made of molded plywood and leather, designed by Charles and Ray Eames for the Herman Miller furniture company. They are officially titled Eames Lounge (670) and Ottoman (671) and were released in 1956 after years of development by designers. It was the first chair the Eameses designed for a high-end market. Examples of these furnishings are part of the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art.

Pair of Tony Paul Cone Lamps






Westwood

1950s


Feature Brass Bases

That Seamlessly Meet Richly Grained Walnut Wood

Forming Together Perfectly Shaped Cones

With Original Custom Sized Tall Linen Drum Shades

In Overall Excellent Original Vintage Condition

Max Height 29"
Shade Diameter 8.25"
Base Diameter 3.5"

$850


History:

"Tony Paul was a world-renowned industrial designer for nearly 60 years. Beginning in the late 1940s, Tony applied his artistic talents  typical items people would encounter in their household. Most notably, he is known for furniture, kitchenware, and lighting designs. In fact, Tony's self-proclaimed niche in lighting design endured for more than 30 years...

Tony was affiliated with many premier mid-century modern designers during his career; early on Tony worked with Russel Wright, Paul McCobb, Ben Seibel and many others... 

For decades Tony's designs were featured in newspapers and magazines throughout the world, including House & GardenThe New York TimesThe New York Daily NewsThe Christian Science Monitor, andHome Furnishings Daily. He was also spotlighted in books Furniture for Modern Interiors by Mario Del Fabbro and Chairs by George Nelson. Tony also won multiple awards for designs, including the New York Museum of Modern Art's Good Design award."


Pair of Nightstands, Bedside, Side or End Tables












Stanley

1960s


Feature Walnut Bodies and Black Bar Tops

Each with a Low, Slatted Shelf

and a Single Drawer with Chrome Cone Pull

In Overall Excellent Original Vintage Condition

22" x 16" x 22.25" H

$650

Heywood Wakefield Coffee or Cocktail Table









1950s


Model M392 G

Solid Birch Wood

Wheat Finish

Features a Bowed Top on X base

In Overall Fair Original Vintage Condition

36" x 36" x 16.5"

SOLD