each with brass fittings and of conical form above a square plinth with harlequin pattern of vertically arranged contrasting diamonds all on an ivory ground with gilt flecking; good vintage condition with minor wear and patina; rewired; height: 14.5" (top of porcelain) 23.5" (top of shade) width: 4.5" depth: 4.5"
the best of post-war design, each lamp composed of stacked tri-color conical-form glazed elements with brass mounts; Gerald Thurston was one of the most creative American lighting designers of the postwar era. His innovative designs exemplify the streamlined forms of the mid 20th century.
each hand-blown lamp produced using the 'murrine' method where patterns are created using glass canes and are revealed when the cane is cut into thin cross-sections; each then covered in a clear overlay of glass called "“incamiciato”; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; wooden bases re-gilded; rewired
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
a rare pair of Barovier & Toso 1960s lamps composed of 2 clear bullicante (controlled bubble) conical form glass elements forming a pinched mid-section with gilt-metal ring; professionally rewired; excellent vintage condition
the thick oval-shaped glass top within a brass frame with similar brass perimeter band below; raised on tapering cylindrical supports with urn-form caps and acorn finials; all joined by a graceful in-curved iron stretcher centering a larger acorn finial; professionally polished and strengthened; some overall rubbing to metal and glass
of heavy solid mahogany construction with in-curved arching back sloping down to a tight seat all raised on splayed supports ending in brass casters; excellent condition professionally refinished and reupholstered in tan leather
Attributed to Samson, Paris; each trumpet form vase with bulbous mid-section adorned overall with graceful meandering floral vines; now mounted as lamps on giltwood bases; small areas professionally restored; rewired
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