the inset glass top withing a bronze frame raised on cylindrical faux-marble metal supports ending in claw-and-ball feet all joined by an upper perimeter stretcher and lower x-form stretcher; good vintage condition with minor even wear and patina; new glass plate
each with dramatic incurved openwork back sloping to upright teminals capped with giltwood spheres; flanking an attached leather seat all raised on a curule-form support; newly painted and gilded; newly upholstered in tan leather
each cube-form chair with 'floating' backrest above a tubular chromed steel base; newly upholstered in a butter-yellow velvet with foam wrapped down cushion and seat; minor wear to chrome; Milo Baughman (American, 1923–2003) was a furniture designer who was born in Goodland, KS. After studying at the Art Center School of Los Angeles and the Chouinard Art Institute, he joined Frank Brothers as a custom furniture designer. In 1947, Baughman established Milo Baughman Design, Inc.
the large upright mouse with direct gaze fitted with leather ears and incised whiskers; above a bulbous elongated body with curled tail; with foil label 'Gumps' San Francisco; good vintage condition with minor wear and good patina; professionally refinished; some shrinkage to wood
the 3-sided top above a paneled conforming body centering double-doors fitted with a solid brass latch; John Van Koert was a prominent New York designer who helped promote the fascination with Danish modern furnishings in the 1950's. In 1954, he was exhibition director of ''Design in Scandinavia,'' at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, introducing modern Scandinavian design to Americans. Mr. Van Koert's furniture designs for Drexel, were represented by prominent department stores such as Macy's and Bloomingdale's; good vintage condition with minor wear and patina; patina to brass