with upright upholstered back and seat supported on a chrome frame; excellent vintage condition; Millo Baughman (1923– 2003) was an American modern furniture designer. His American designs were forward-thinking and distinctive, yet unpretentious. He is most famous for his longtime collaboration with Thayer Coggin Inc., of High Point, NC, from 1953 until his death in 2003
the coolness factor is how to describe this crystal and brass chandelier by the Swedish designer Carl Fagerlund (1915-2011). Composed of eight pie-shaped curved crystal segments with textured surface suspended from a brass frame; excellent vintage condition; rewired; Fagerlund is internationally recognized for his unique and cutting edge lighting designs at Orrefors Glassworks in the 1960-1970s. He became lighting designer at Orrefors Glassworks in 1948, staying until 1980. His designs are often characterized by thick, textured crystal.
13 1/2" (to top of stem, which may be reduced in height)
each shapely and heavy lamp with waisted body all in a soft, celery-green ribbed glass with gold inclusions; resting on a carrara marble base; excellent vintage condition; one marble base with minor chip; rewired with dimmer switch and toggle switch on marble base; another pair available
4 of a kind always beats a pair, each shapely and heavy lamp with waisted body all in a soft, celery-green ribbed glass with gold inclusions; resting on a carrera marble base; excellent vintage condition; one marble base with minor chip; rewired with dimmer switch and toggle switch on marble base
of elegant proportions this versatile and stylish table would work well with either antique or contemporary chairs; having an oval lacquer top and pedestal with a single 18" leaf; the top with inset brass perimeter band; all resting on a conforming travertine base; excellent vintage condition; seats 8 comfortably but could accommodate 12