each rectangular carved framed backrest with padded oval insert joining curved arms flanking a tight seat; all raised on graceful tapering supports; excellent restored condition with fortuny upholstery
with elegant lines, each chair with upholstered back and seat resting on a graceful wooden frame with arching legs joined at the back; with splayed legs at the rear; excellent vintage condition with new upholstery
this well-crafted chair consisting of carved spheres mounted on spindles mimicking a child's candy sucker; new leather seat; excellent sturdy condition; the furniture of George Hunzinger can be found in the collections of the New York Metropolitan Museum, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and the Brooklyn Museum
As one person described Arthur Court's San Francisco shop, "it's a world of wonders - elegant and exotic". A new and innovative aluminum casting process led Arthur and Arthur Court Designs into a new era. His unique aluminum furniture and accessories featured cast antler chandeliers, chairs, tables and bookcases.
Department stores across the United States brought his aluminum creations to loyal followers and collectors; reupholstered in brown cowhide.