of iconic 1950's Italian design fitted with 4 doors opening to reveal a mahogany-lined interior with adjustable shelves; can be used for a television or general storage; excellent vintage condition with restored finish
each bottle-form lamp with long cylindrical neck above a bulbous body all in a peach and white crackle glaze with gilded highlights; by Frederick Cooper Lamp Co., Chicago; good vintage condition with no chips; fine overall craquelure to glaze; rewired
classic chairs designed by T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings (1905-1976) for Widdicomb with bleached walnut frames raised on elegant splayed supports; see article by James Buresh, “Timeless Mid-century Modern Design,” Archives of American Art Journal, no. 48, 2009, pp. 30, 33; excellent vintage condition; recently reupholstered with some minor staining
each of compressed spheroid form with incised swirl pattern retaining their chic original conical-form shades; good vintage condition with minor chipping along bottom edge of bases; signed 'O. DuBarry'
each with slender flaring neck above a bulbous body; decorated with incised geometric designs in a white glaze with gilt perimeter bands; overall fine craquelure to glaze; good vintage condition with no chips or cracks; rewired
Each tall ovoid lamp with deep yellow and olive-green drip glaze incised with textured bands of geometric design; raised on a black metal base; in excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; rewired.