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    1970s Vanity Chair

    $6,000

    This fully restored 1970s slipper chair’s glamorous proportions make it the ideal canvas for a painterly linen print. Expertly upholstered in ZAK+FOX Sauvage fabric, the pattern seamlessly transitions from back to seat to base, creating the sense that each sweeping brushstroke extends across the entire chair. • 31"W x 32"D x 37"H ; seat height 19" • era: 20th century To purchase this vanity chair, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Carved Wood Tribal Mask

    $525

    This shield-shaped Central African mask features geometric carvings and remnants of white pigment. The flat surface, raised narrow nose, striped forehead and rectangular mouth indicate possible Mbole or Aduma provenance. Holes on either side hold a picture wire for hanging and display. • 7"W x 3.5"D x 13.5"H • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Danish-Style Sofa

    $5,500

    This modern sofa has been expertly upholstered in ZAK+FOX Pampa fabric, a textured jute-and-cotton cloth woven from hand-dyed, hand-twisted yarns. The subtle variations in indigo highlight the sofa’s tight-back shape, slim track arms and three seat cushions. Blonde hardwood legs support a fully upholstered base. • 82.5"W x 35"D x 34"H; seat height 19.5" • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Federico Munari Club Chairs

    $5,100

    Created by Italian designer Federico Munari in the 1950s, these iconic armchairs have been fully restored and reupholstered in ZAK+FOX Pampa fabric. One of a circle of modernists working in mid-century Italy, Munari is renowned for his curved, deep seats. The hand-dyed twisted yarns create a striated effect that underscores the contours of each chair. Set includes each chair’s original conical wooden legs. • 32"W x 21"D x 29.5"H; seat height 14" • era: Mid-Century To purchase these pieces, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Foot Candle Holders

    $375

    Carved from wood, these folk art feet have an uncommonly naturalistic style and a smooth, timeworn patina. Rare elements include anatomically precise ankles, individually carved toenails and ancient Greek-style sandals, detailed down to the seams on each cross-strap. Each foot contains a taper candleholder. • 8"W x 3"D x 6"H • era: 20th Century To purchase these pieces, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Georges Pelletier Table Lamp

    $4,900

    Made of ceramic with banded circular incised cutouts and inset enameled pastilles, this mid-century Georges Pelletier lamp is a rare find. The base features a matte textured glaze in earth tones of gold and ochre. In good working condition, it includes a double socket and rotary-switch knob. Due to the fragile nature of the design, two orbs on the bottom row have some damage. Shade not included. • 8" Diameter x 34.5"H • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Hobnail Ceramic Vase

    $3,000

    Hand-built and decorated with handmade clay hobnails, this ceramic vase features an onyx glaze that reveals hand-painted brushwork and a rich patina. The oversized sculptural shape and textured pattern make it an uncommon work of art, signed with an etched M on the bottom. • 16"Diameter x 19"H • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Iron Feather Sculpture

    $2,000

    Created by an unknown artist, this sculpture rests on a wishbone-shaped metal frame. Wrapped in fibers, the armature holds a series of hanging iron feathers, each one oxidized with age. With its sweeping curves and flock of feathers, it calls to mind an abstract bird with wings outstretched. • 16"W x 11.5"D x 14.25"H • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Italian Ceramic Pear Lamp

    $1,625

    Sculpted in the shape of a pear, this Italian ceramic lamp pairs a reactive earthy glaze with a swathe of bright yellow. Symbolic of longevity, grace and nobility across cultures, the pear was a favorite form of mid-century artists and craftsmen. In excellent working condition, the lamp includes a single brass socket and harp, and a twist-switch knob. • 12"Diameter x 32"H • era: Mid-Century To purchase these pieces, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Louise Crockett Abstract Oil Painting, 1967

    $1,900

    Louise Crockett (aka Louise Crockett Painter Minervini, 1917-2002) was a graduate of and teacher at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She married, moved to New York and worked in advertising before pursuing a career as a painter. This 1967 abstract painting is signed on the canvas and stretcher. The reverse features a sketch for a figure painting. • 37"W x 1.75"D x 61"H • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Maritime Painting

    Signed “V. Shearer, 1912,” this oil painting on canvas depicts sailboats and steamships at sea, against a blue and gold horizon. The son of prolific artist Christopher High Shearer, Victor Shearer (1872-1951) was a Pennsylvania painter who specialized in landscapes and seascapes. The stretcher and nails are original, and a wire picture hanger makes installation simple. • 18"W x 1"D x 12"H • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Martz Table Lamp

    $550

    Designed by Gordon and Jane Martz for Marshall Studios, this large mid-century ceramic lamp has a brushed matte glaze. In a dark caramel hue, the ceramic base is paired with a walnut stem. Martz walnut-and-ceramic lamps like this one were unsigned but documented in Martz catalogs. In excellent working condition, it includes a single brass socket and harp with a twist-switch knob. • 9" Diameter x 22"H • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Mid Century Japanese Bird Lamp

    $400

    Sculpted in stoneware, this mid-century Japanese lamp is a regal bird, its feathers formed by a simple scalloped edge and a hand-painted ochre glaze. The beak is hand-pinched; the eyes, hand-carved. In excellent working condition, it includes a round wood plinth, a single brass socket and a twist-switch knob. • 5" Diameter x 19"H • era: Mid-Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Midcentury Italian Club Chairs

    $6,500

    Reupholstered in ZAK+FOX Daran fabric, these mid-century Italian armchairs were designed with comfortable bent arms, angled backs and deep seats. Curved lines and tapered legs make them timeless, while handwoven, embroidered staggered stripes make them seem like set-pieces from an Antonioni film. • 31"W x 25.5"D x 31.5"H ; seat height 15.5" • era: 20th century To purchase these chairs, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Mongolian Tiger Rug

    $1,650

    This vintage wool Mongolian rug depicts a tiger hunting a deer. The solid background, skillful use of negative space and red and gold palette are hallmarks of Mongolian weaving. Respective symbols of strength and wisdom, the tiger and deer frequently appear in both Buddhism and Mongolian shamanism. • 32" x 57.5" • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Obscure Abacus Iron Side Chairs

    These rare chairs each incorporate four wooden abacuses into their round iron frames. Outfitted with cowhide seats and black leather half-moon backrests, they pair the simplicity of modernism with the ornamental influence of Art Deco. Details include wrought-iron armrests, welded cross-supports and turned metal finials topping each abacus. • 24"W x 18"D x 31.5"H ; seat height 17.5" • era: 20th Century To purchase these pieces, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Pair of 1980s Metal Sconces from French Cinema

    $5,800

    Sourced from a French cinema, this pair of black metal sconces dates to the 1980s. The postmodern design’s perforated holes create a constellation of light. A curved, conical shape directs up- and down-lights while concealing a double socket and black cord for each sconce. • 16"W x 2.75"D x 24.5"H • era: 20th Century To purchase these pieces, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Plaster Tree Trunk Lamp

    $1,650

    This mid-century lamp’s faux bois tree trunk features grooves and knots in a highly stylized pattern. The plaster plinth and base support a polished metal pole, a double socket, two pull chains and a ball finial. In excellent working condition, it’s a uniquely textural piece. • 8" Diameter x 34.5"H • era: Mid-Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Primitive Jimma Chair from Ethiopia

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    Handcarved from a single tree trunk, this chair is solid and sturdy. Characteristic of chairs from southwestern Ethiopia’s Jimma region, it has the three wide legs, circular cutouts and a tall, rounded backrest. The simplicity of the design lends it a straightforward, sculptural quality. • 15"W x 13"D x 44"H; seat height 18" • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Rare Igbo Maiden Spirit Dance Costume

    $5,000

    In northern Nigeria, Igbo tribes host maiden spirit festivals, where men in colorful costumes perform women’s dances to entertain onlookers. Constructed from cloth, patchwork and applique, this starred and striped pattern is meant to mimic female body paintings, also known as uli. • 69"W x 6.5"D x 76.5"H • era: 20th century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
  • Rare-Vintage-3-Legged-Butcher-Block_1-1_SOLD

    Rare Vintage 3-Legged Butcher Block

    19th and early 20th century blacksmiths and butchers used tree trunk stools for work surfaces, as the weight of the wood easily absorbed the shock of hammers and cleavers. Crafted from a complete tree trunk segment, this pristine three-legged butcher block has a smooth, evenly worn surface that brings out the beauty of the wood grain. • 40" Diameter x 30.5" • era: 20th century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
  • Rolled-Arm-Chair-with-ZAK-FOX-Matsu-fabric_1

    Rolled-Arm Chair

    $5,000

    A new production of an antique in ZAK+FOX Matsu fabric, this chair’s overstuffed rolled arms and headrest contrast with its streamlined, angled tight back and bench seat. Rich details include turned legs, metal casters and bronze tacks. Inspired by a traditional Japanese motif, the Matsu pattern underscores the tension between the traditional form and modern upholstery. • 35"W x 34"D x 35"H ; seat height 16" • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Set of 6 Mid-Century Dining Chairs

    $5,375

    Designed with wrought iron frames, hairpin legs and high backs, these six mid-century French dining chairs have been reupholstered in handwoven, jute and cotton ZAK+FOX Sahara fabric. The drifting tones and textured surface of the fabric covering the seat and headrest contrast with the sharp lines of the armature, creating a tension between light and dark, pliable and rigid, organic and industrial. • 16"W x 14"D x 34"H; seat height 18.5" • era: Mid-Century To purchase these pieces, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.
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    Shelter Settee

    $6,100

    Fully restored and reupholstered in ZAK+FOX Chimi fabric, this shelter settee’s rolled arms and weltless seams create a streamlined shape. Hand-dyed, richly nuanced natural fabric covers a fully upholstered base, tight-back cushion and bench seat. Woodblock feet give it a low, floating shadowline. • 70"W x 30.5"D x 32"H; seat height 19" • era: 20th Century To purchase this piece, please call our New York City showroom at (212) 924-0199.