With glass baluster support all above a gilt metal bowl fitted with a 5-light cluster; all adorned with graceful meandering crystal floral and foliage vines; excellent vintage condition with minor wear commensurate with age; rewired
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
each having silver-embossed leather double doors with Lucite handles and decorative round Lucite handles on the sides all raised on Greek key form legs; excellent vintage condition with patina to leather; professionally polished.
each upholstered slipper/lounge chair having a channeled back over a generous seat all raised on splayed walnut supports; Billy Haines (1903-1973) was a Hollywood actor turned designer became the esteemed tastemaker and is credited with having established the glamorous Hollywood Regency style; excellent restored condition with new upholstery
Six Provincetown photographs, each titled and signed in pencil on the matting; "One of Provincetown’s most colorful and creative artists was photographer John W. Gregory. Born in New York City, he grew up as the son of the city editor for the New York Tribune. After studying with John Sloane at the Art Students League in New York, he took up photography during World War II in Provincetown. His photographs were published by Time Magazine, the New York Times and the Associated Press. Seven of his photographs are included in the Smithsonian’s permanent collection.
super good quality with elegant shape and small size, the serpentine parquetry top above a bombé body fitted with 2 oak-lined drawers all raised on splayed legs ending in hoof feet; maker's label 'Auffray & Co. NYC" Auffray's & Co. originated in France in the early 1800's. It established a NYC workroom and showroom on 3rd Avenue in 1941. It later spent 40 years on 56th Street and now resides 200 Lexington Avenue in the Design Building. Auffray produced superb quality French reproduction furniture for high-end department stores such as Gimbels and B.
"Under the Big Top" this very charming sculpture depicting a dynamic circus ring complete with trapeze artist, tightrope walker, trained seal, acrobats, Pierrot-dressed clowns and horses all under the leadership of the ringmaster who looks out to the audience; with two tall tent poles attached with guide wires; overall even wear and patina to surface