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5464
1930s

the rectangular plate within a reverse-painted mirrored frame decorated with graceful floral and foliate vines on a gold gilt ground.

Verre églomisé is a French term referring to the process of applying both a design and gilding onto the rear face of glass to produce a mirror finish. The name is derived from the 18th-century French decorator and art-dealer Jean-Baptiste Glomy, who was responsible for its revival.

Height: 
32"
Width: 
24"
Depth: 
3"
$4,850
Available
60554
1930s

of well-figured macassar veneer with its dark chocolate brown and alternating irregular caramel color striations; the shapely daybed with dramatic incurved ends flanking a deep upholstered seat; raised on a sloping rectangular plinth; new chenille upholstery; good condition with minor overall wear; professionally refinished

Height: 
26.5"
Seat height: 
17"
Width: 
86.5"
Depth: 
31.5"
$15,800
Available
5445
1930s

the inset leather top within a a stepped molded frame above an apron fitted with 5 drawers with oak secondary wood; the side panels centering carved floral clusters; the finished paneled back allows the desk to be floated; all raised on reeded bulbous supports ending in wooden casters; good restored condition with refinished surface; leather with nice rich patina

Height: 
31" kneehole: 25"
Width: 
53" kneehole: 21.5"
Depth: 
36"
$8,950
Available
5440
1930

each with exceptional copper repoussé plates depicting a finely-detailed bouquet of flowers, foliage and wheat sheaths (repeated on the back) all within a heavy bronze frame over a stepped plinth; professionally rewired; typical oxidation and wear.

Height: 
15" top of bronze) 26" (top of shade)
Width: 
11.5"
Depth: 
5"
$6,850
Available
5215
1930s

each of graceful art deco design with gently incurved upholstered back flanked by padded arms joining conical terminals; all above a tight seat raised on tuned supports; good condition professionally refinished and reupholstered 

Height: 
30.25"
Seat height: 
18.5" arm: 26.5"
Width: 
22"
Depth: 
21.5"
$8,750
Available
English Art Deco Etched Rectangular Mirror with Cobalt Highlights
5425
1930

with cartouche-shaped mirrored frame with reverse-etched thistle vine all surrounding a conforming beveled plate within an alternating glass border of white and cobalt glass; good condition with overall even antiquing 

Height: 
56.25"
Width: 
40.5"
Depth: 
2"
$8,450
Sold
A Stylish French Art Deco Nickel-plated Oval Side/Coffee Table in the Style of Maison Jansen
5388
1930s

of neoclassical style, the oval inset beveled glass top within a nickel-plated frame; all raised on cylindrical supports ending in toupie feet all joined by a shaped stretcher; good vintage condition with some abrasions to glass and metal; minor pitting on feet; small interior chip to glass along edge

Height: 
21"
Width: 
27"
Depth: 
20"
$3,650
A Grand Pair of Moorish Inlaid Square Side/End Tables
60838
circa 1940 or earlier

of quite large scale, the square Moorish tables with intricate mosaic inlay overall above a stick-and-ball carved openwork apron over arabesque spandrels; all raised on turned feet; minor surface wear throughout; some repair and fill-in to inlay; excellent overall condition with minor repairs

Height: 
30.5"
Width: 
24.75"
Depth: 
24.75"
$8,800
Sold
Pair of Art Deco McCoy Pottery Double-handled 'Sand Dollar' Vases now as Lamps
4940
1930's

'Sand Dollar' pattern made by the McCoy Pottery Co., Roseville, Ohio; each double-handled vase of ovoid form in a matte bone-white glaze with relief decoration; now drilled as lamps with custom giltwood bases; marked 'USA' to underside; rewired; with minor manufacturing glaze imperfections; some fine craquelure to glaze; excellent vintage condition commensurate with age

Height: 
16.5" (top of pottery) 28.5" (top of shade)
Width: 
9"
Depth: 
7"
$4,850
Sold
Quality Art Deco Rosewood and Burl Walnut 3-Drawer Chest by Irwin Furniture (1919-1953)
5127
late 1920s

the meticulously crafted chest with book-match veneered rosewood rectangular top with concave front; above three similarly veneered drawers fitted with shell-form enameled pulls, centering well-figured walnut burl wood panels; raised on inlaid turned supports; with metal identification label "Robert W. Irwin, Grand Rapids"; excellent condition with refreshed finish; some rubbing to enameled pulls

Height: 
35"
Width: 
50"
Depth: 
22"
$14,800
Available

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