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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Mid-Century Adrian Pearsall Lounge Chair


Beautifully Sculpted Mid Century Modern / Danish Modern Lounge Chair 

Designed by Adrian Pearsall, Craft Associates

Solid Walnut Sculptural Base and Elegant, Crisp, Clean Lines

Poly Dacron Loose / Removable Seat and Back Cushions

Upholstered in Period Brown and Cream Two-Tone Woven Wool with Earthy Undertones (Retains original re-upholstery tag that reads: Cooks Upholstery)

Adrian Pearsall founded Craft Associates in 1952, Producing Wrought Iron Designs,
Selling to Department Stores such as Macy's and Wanamakers. Craft Associates Began the Production of their Walnut Furniture in the late 1950's,
Which was Received with Great Success, Making the Company a Leader in Residential Furniture During this Time Period.
The Company Later Sold to the Lane Co.. in Alta Vista, VA. in 1969. 

32" H X 31" W X 32" D

In Amazing Original Vintage Condition


Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Jens Risom Credenza / Buffet / Bar / Sideboard / Dresser


by Renown Designer and Furniture Maker JENS RISOM

Danish American furniture designer, Jens Risom is an exemplar of Mid-Century modern design. Risom was one of the first designers to introduce Scandinavian design in the United States.
Risom designed for Knoll in New York, but soon decided to launch his own firm, Jens Risom Design (JRD), which he launched on May 1, 1946.
Risom's reputation as a furniture designer continued to grow, and Risom began to promote Scandinavian design in home furniture to the broader American public.
In the 1950s, JRD ran a series of ads featuring photography by Richard Avedon and the slogan "The Answer is Risom".

Many of Risom's furniture designs are considered modern classics, and his furniture is on display at the Museum of Modern Art, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Brooklyn Museum, the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, and the Cooper--Hewitt, National Design Museum.
In 1996, Risom was presented with the Danish Knight's Cross by Margrethe II of Denmark.

This is a very versatile piece and can be used as a desk or desk cabinet in the office, as intended as a credenza, buffet, sideboard, bar or even as a dresser.
Would also make a great media console. With adjustable height and being a little shorter than the average credenza, I just can't imagine a better HDTV or Flat Screen TV stand. Also has an open compartment in the middle with a slide out drawer for the cable box, dvd player, etc.

In Overall Amazing Vintage Condition

58.5" x 20" x Adjustable Height (27.25" in photos)


Rare Mid Century Foster McDavid Credenza / Buffet / Bar / Sideboard


Rare Mid-Century Modern, Danish Modern Inspired Credenza / Bar / Buffet / Sideboard 

by Renown Furniture Maker Foster McDavid, One of the Most Important Manufacturers of Walnut Danish Modern Style Furniture from the 1950s through the mid 1960s.

This Piece Features their Distinctive Inset Discs on Each of the Two Front Panels of the Cabinet Doors and Top Drawer

Jens Risom Style Sculpted Pulls and Elegant, Slender Tapered Legs 

Inlaid Prestigious Walnut that has a Very Rosewood Like Appearance

Makes a Great Media Console!

In Good Original Vintage Condition

54.25" L x 18" W x 29.75 H


Mid Century Dixie Nightstand / Beside Table

Late 1950s - Early 1960s

Cute Mid-Century Modern / Danish Modern Inspired Nightstand / Bedside Table

Made by Dixie

In Overall Good Vintage Condition

24" x 15" x 20.5"


Monday, November 19, 2012

Mid-Century Broyhill Saga Dresser 

Late 1950s - Early 1960s

Danish Modern Style / American Modern 6 Drawer Double Dresser

Saga Collection by Broyhill

One of Broyhill's Rarest Sets of the Mid Century Modern Age

Distinctive Atomic Era Star Pattern on the Front Facade Makes this Dresser All the More Desirable for Retro Collectors

Can be Used as a Dresser or Credenza. Would Also Work Well as an Entertainment Center with a Flat Screen HDTV on Top and Storage for Media in the Drawers

Overall Great Original Vintage Condition

56.75" Long x 19.5" Deep x 31.25" High


Milo Baughman Directional Lounge Chair


Amazing Mid-Century Modern Piece! 

Milo Baughman Designed Lounge Chair 

Made by Directional

Directional was founded in 1950 by the late B. G. Bud Mesberg.
An innovator himself, Mesberg was one of the first manufacturers to embrace original furniture design utilizing a stable of designers that today represent a who's who of furniture design talent.
Kip Stewart, Paul McCobb, Paul Evans, Tom Prangle, and Vladimir Kagan were early visionaries that called Directional home.

The Chair is Completely Upholstered in Original Burnt Orange Velour / Velvet Fabric 

 in Excellent Original Vintage Condition