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Mid Century Modern Samsonite Bar or Counter Stools 1 Set NOS 3 Black

Mid Century Modern Samsonite Bar or Counter Stools 1 Set NOS 3 Black

GREEN SET SOLD – ONLY BLACK SET AVAILABLE.   Holy cow! We found these fantastic stools in their original boxes still in the garage of this estate. The tag on the bottom says August 1975! Made by the Samsonite Furniture Company. There are two sets of three adjustable bar stools or counter stools. One set in black Naugahyde. One set in what they called asparagus green Naugahyde that we swear is avocado green! We are pricing them per set of three, but they look awesome mixed. Just look at the photos. They are armless with a scooped shaped seat covered in Naugahyde either black or green. They swivel, they adjust, they have a foot ring and it adjusts too. What more could you need or want? Well maybe you would like the original boxes and ALL the original hang tags and assembly instructions.

Samsonite, best known for their luggage, was founded in Denver in 1910 by Jesse Shwayder. Jesse was born and raised in the late 19th century American West but found himself in his 20’s in New York selling luggage for the Seward Trunk and Bag Company. However, he had a dream. A dream of going home along with a dream of owning his own company. He did just that. That company was first named Shwayder Trunk Manufacturing Company. However, its name was changed in 1965 to Samsonite honoring its best-selling product. Jesse Shwayder named the line as such for its incredible strength which he likened to the Biblical character, Samson. The first 60-70 plus years Samsonite was operated by the Shwayder family and went through many expansions and changes. One of those expansions was into the furniture market. But by the 1970s they were bought out by the Beatrice umbrella. Again, going though many expansions and changes and……cutbacks too and changing hands many times. After all those years, the luggage portion of Samsonite is back in Denver operating from their original location. And, the furniture portion is operating as it did from its beginning in Murfreesboro, Tennesse. Samsonite Corporation and Samsonite Furniture are now separate companies.

Pick black. Pick asparagus (nah avocado). Pick both. Let us know if you want the original boxes and make these yours!

Price: $1,195


Trio of Small Black Iron Frame White Marble Topped Tables for Indoors or Out

Trio of Small Black Iron Frame White Marble Topped Tables for Indoors or Out

If you are looking for little tables for a small sitting area…….look no further. Whether it is indoors or out! This trio is comprised of a pair of small side tables and a diminutive rectangular coffee table. Their frame is black painted iron. The legs being square stock and the top being angle iron to accept the marble. The legs on the coffee table are larger stock than the side tables. Each leg is finished with a round flat foot. The white Carrara marble tops are gorgeous with beautiful gray veining and lots of wonderful age patina. They are reminiscent of a design by Florence Knoll. These great mid-century modern tables would be perfect in a garden room, living room, or sitting room. Or on your patio, porch, or deck. Use them together or separate. Just make them yours.

Price: $1,195


Mid Century Modern Desk by Robert John Co. Walnut White Steel Frame & Laminate Top

Mid Century Modern Desk by Robert John Co. Walnut White Steel Frame & Laminate Top

This wonderful mid-century modern smaller size office desk has been a real puzzle. It has taken much research and I’m still not sure I know about the Robert John Co. from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Their tag says Makers of Contemporary Furniture and that this desk is. When I google them all I come up with is other pieces of furniture being offered that were made by them, but I can’t find any history on the company. And, several listings say the piece was designed by Robert John but made by Knoll. I have not found supporting evidence of that statement! No matter. This is a fabulous desk with a walnut box cabinet containing three equal size drawers that are adorned with cool black and white handles. It is surrounded by a white painted metal frame which accents the walnut wonderfully and a white laminate work surface. This was originally in an architect’s office. I can see why. It has awesome lines and is beautifully designed. This desk is just the right size for a home office. Not as big as an executive desk but a little bigger than a writing desk. Fabulous! Fabulous style! Fabulous size! Fabulous condition! Make it yours.

ATTN: Since originally writing this I have obtained three vintage brochures of Robert John furnishings and this desk is from their Steelwood collection of the 1960s. I still do not know history of the company.

Price: $2,795


Eames Herman Miller PSCC-A-4 Pivoting Task Shell Chair Pair on Contract Base w/Casters

Eames Herman Miller PSCC-A-4 Pivoting Task Shell Chair Pair on Contract Base w/Casters

Holy Moly! Are these cool or what? I really dislike using the word rare, but these are RARE. You may see singles but hardly ever a pair. Not to mention they are very handsome. Officially called the PSCC-A-4 chair or pivoting task shell chair on adjustable contract base with casters. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller and part of the Fiberglass Series. This task chair gets its unique look from the factory-made attached seat cushion and lumbar support which could be chosen in thick or thin pads or a combination of the two like this pair. Created out of the minds of the Eames to provide more comfort with its specifically designed pads so that it could potentially be used longer thereby providing more work productivity. Gee thanks Charles and Ray! Ha! These two are in the parchment colored fiberglass with rust colored Naugahyde pads and excellent condition. (Note: Dog not included!)

Charles Eames was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1907. Ray Kaiser Eames was born in Sacramento, California in 1912. They met at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan and were married in 1941. They moved together to California and continued their design work they began together at Cranbrook. A commission, which they acquired from the government during WWII to produce molded plywood splints and stretchers, launched a career producing iconic mid-century modern furnishings which are still fresh and sought after today. The Eames and their association with Herman Miller were the partnership of the century. If you want to learn more about Charles and Ray please visit Eames Office, the Eames Official website.

Herman Miller started life as Star furniture Co. in Zeeland, Michigan in 1905 a producer of high-quality furniture. Becoming Michigan Star Furniture Co in 1919, and then in 1923, when long time employee Dirk Jan De Pree and his father-in-law purchased 51% of the company stock, it was renamed Herman Miller Furniture Company. And remained so until the 1960s when it became Herman Miller, Inc. Until the 1930s they produced only traditional wood furniture, but the Great Depression caused a need for change and they hired modernist Gilbert Rohde who took the company in a new successful direction. Upon Rohde’s death in 1944 he was replaced by none other than the renowned George Nelson. Working with the likes of not only Charles and Ray Eames but Isamu Noguchi, Alexander Girard, and Robert Propst, to name just a few, Nelson lead Herman Miller to became one of the finest names in furniture and design.

Price: $3,995


Eames PSC Orange Vinyl Upholstered Pivoting Side Shell Chair on Contract Base a Pair

Eames PSC Orange Vinyl Upholstered Pivoting Side Shell Chair on Contract Base a Pair

We are so excited to offer this extraordinary pair of mid-century modern chairs. They are officially called pivoting side shell chair on contract base or PSC. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames and produced by Herman Miller in their Cincinnati plant circa 1960s. Their beautiful Alexander Girard orange vinyl upholstery is in incredible condition and is the perfect counterpoint to the greige color of the fiberglass shell. And, as the name indicates, they swivel on their beautifully polished aluminum four-point base on black shaft. Their original white nylon glides are still in place and in good order. This pair would be wonderful in your living room, dining room, office, bedroom……..well any room. And everyone knows they look fabulous in a mid-century modern home, but I think they even look fabulous in a traditional setting. They are a design classic.

Charles Eames was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1907. Ray Kaiser Eames was born in Sacramento, California in 1912. They met at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan and were married in 1941. They moved together to California and continued their design work they began together at Cranbrook. A commission, which they acquired from the government during WWII to produce molded plywood splints and stretchers, launched a career producing iconic mid-century modern furnishings which are still fresh and sought after today. The Eames and their association with Herman Miller were the partnership of the century. If you want to learn more about Charles and Ray please visit Eames Office, the Eames Official website.

Herman Miller started life as Star furniture Co. in Zeeland, Michigan in 1905 a producer of high-quality furniture. Becoming Michigan Star Furniture Co in 1919, and then in 1923, when long time employee Dirk Jan De Pree and his father-in-law purchased 51% of the company stock, it was renamed Herman Miller Furniture Company. And remained so until the 1960s when it became Herman Miller, Inc. Until the 1930s they produced only traditional wood furniture, but the Great Depression caused a need for change and they hired modernist Gilbert Rohde who took the company in a new successful direction. Upon Rohde’s death in 1944 he was replaced by none other than the renowned George Nelson. Working with the likes of not only Charles and Ray Eames but Isamu Noguchi, Alexander Girard, and Robert Propst, to name just a few, Nelson lead Herman Miller to became one of the finest names in furniture and design.

The Eames shell chair first appeared to the marketplace in1950. It has undergone many styles and iterations. This is but one. You should make them yours.

Price: $2,295


Industrial Counter Height Stools Vintage Patinated Steel with Distressed Wood Seats Set 4

Industrial Counter Height Stools Vintage Patinated Steel with Distressed Wood Seats Set 4

These are awesome stools! Industrial and with loads of character. The steel bases which were originally painted khaki army green have now acquired a gorgeous rusty and worn age patina and the original plywood seats have lost a couple plies but have been sanded to a beautifully smooth and ready-for-anything state. They are counter height and would look fabulous around a large kitchen island or man-cave bar. We have priced them as a set but will entertain individual offers. These must be yours!

Price: $1,595


White Art Deco Hollywood Regency Chaise with Loose Pillows & Rolled Arm & Back

White Art Deco Hollywood Regency Chaise with Loose Pillows & Rolled Arm & Back

I feel so special and maybe a little decadent whenever I lounge in a chaise and this one doubles that feeling! This circa 1980s-1990s chaise was made amid the Art Deco and Hollywood Regency revival that was storming the design world at that time. And, it is doing again. This beautiful chaise boasts a single rolled arm which curves seamlessly into the rolled ¾ length back. It has a fully upholstered base and feet, single long seat cushion, and five loose back pillows. It is covered in a gorgeous white checked jacquard that you may choose to use, it is in good enough condition, or replace. This would be perfect paired with a sofa in your living room or alone in your sitting room. And, it will work with many design styles. We know you love it. Make it yours.

Price: $2,395


Chrome and Black Vinyl Cantilevered Sling Chair Attributed to Vecta Group Italy

Chrome and Black Vinyl Cantilevered Sling Chair Attributed to Vecta Group Italy

This Italian modern chair is so much fun! It is attributed to Vecta Group of Italy and called the Zermatt chair. And although made during the early 1970s has overtones of Bauhaus design and maybe a little Mid-Century Modern leftover to boot. It is comprised of a single piece of chromed steel tubing which is bent and curved to create its barrel shaped cantilevered frame. The chair is created by a sling of black vinyl that is cut and stitched together so that when it is looped around the frame in three places it forms the seat, sides, and back of the sling. Another simple yet superb vintage modern chair. Not to mention comfortable. It would look just as at home in a New York loft as it would in a California ranch.

I’ve searched the web over and have not been able to find history on Vecta Group prior to when this chair was produced. There are many references to Vecta but not about the company itself. The information I have found is post 1978 when Vecta was purchased by Steelcase.

We’ve fallen in love with the look and feel of this awesome chair. We know you will too. You need to make it yours.

Price: $795


Vintage Scandinavian Modern Pair of Square Open Cube Side Tables in Teak

Vintage Scandinavian Modern Pair of Square Open Cube Side Tables in Teak

Sometimes you just need little tables. Something light and small you can move from here to……….there. Something eye-catching with multiple uses. Look no further. You’ve found them. These little vintage Scandinavian Modern treasures are perfect. Perfectly comprised of teak wood. And its old growth teak wood so they are warm and wonderful with beautiful grain. Perfect little square. Almost a cube but with open sides. Two sides are completely open with a crossbar at the floor which forms the sled-like legs. Two sides have crossbars just under the top. The joinery is perfectly and skillfully made as part of the design. Awesome. They are simple and simply marvelous. Use them as side tables. Put them together as a small coffee table.  Use them as TV trays! Use them in your living room, family room, sun room, bedroom, or …….. anywhere! Use them however you would like. Just make them yours.

Price: $1,195


Hans Wegner CH 35 Chair for Carl Hansen and Son Vintage Scandinavian Modern in Teak

Hans Wegner CH 35 Chair for Carl Hansen and Son Vintage Scandinavian Modern in Teak

Hans Wegner changed the way the world looked at furniture. And this CH 35 chair is just one of the reasons why. Its sculptural silhouette combined with its rich material selection make it a feast for the eye. Not to mention its comfort albeit minimal look. The CH 35 chair is but one in the series of chairs designed by Wegner in the pursuit of the perfect chair. To my mind he could have stopped after this one! Comprised of warm luxurious teak for the frame and rich black leather for the seat. Following Wegner’s design ethic “there is nothing superfluous about it, no unnecessary details”….it draws on the joinery and materials for its beauty.

Wegner,1914-2007, was born in Tonder, Denmark. He apprenticed with a master cabinetmaker and when he was 15 designed and made his first chair. Studying at The Danish School of Arts and Crafts he eventually, after working in Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller’s architectural office, found his way to Johannes Hansen and Michael Laursen. In 1940 making his first mass produced chair, a rocking chair. for Laursen. 1943 found him opening his own studio and in 1949 he began his partnership with Carl Hansen and Son. He championed modernism, craftsmanship and Nordic functionality and drew on the Chinese furniture designs for inspiration becoming a multi-award-winning designer with pieces in many museum’s collections worldwide. And, although best known for his chairs, did create incredible cabinetry, desks, tables, beds, and lighting.

Carl Hansen started his business, Carl Hansen and Son, in the early 1900s. His son, Holger, of the “son” in the name began running the business in 1949. At that time, he began a collaboration with yet unknown designer, Hans Wegner, that would last a lifetime producing most of Wegner’s award-winning designs. Carl Hansen’s grandson, Knud Erik Hansen, now heads the company which continues to produce some of Wegner’s pieces along with many other well-known furniture designers.

This gorgeous iconic CH 35 Chair by Wegner is no longer in production, so don’t hesitate. Make it yours.

Price: $3,495


Hollywood Regency Chrome Square Glass Top Coffee Table After Milo Baughman

Hollywood Regency Chrome Square Glass Top Coffee Table After Milo Baughman

I’d say this coffee table is the epitome of Hollywood Regency! Shiny, a little glass, and the awesome juxtaposition of classic Chinese Chippendale! This table has sometimes been attributed to Milo Baughman for DIA but that, according to our experts, is not true. And, it has been said recently, if its chrome it must be Milo. That is also not true. What is true is this table has incredibly beautiful lines and high-quality construction which is in the style of Milo Baughman. And it’s chrome. The reality is, we haven’t been able to definitively discover the maker of this lovely table but who cares when it looks as marvelous as this one does. It is a large square table comprised of a chrome rectangular tube frame with a Chinese Chippendale styled lattice top design. The Chippendale design provides the support for the recessed glass top. Simple and simply amazing. This fabulous table will add just the spark to brighten up a ho-hum living room and even become its focal point. All you need do is make it yours!

 

Price: $2,995


Paul McCobb Planner Group Pair Sliding Door Cabinets on Bench Platform Mid Century

Paul McCobb Planner Group Pair Sliding Door Cabinets on Bench Platform Mid Century

In all my years in this business I have never seen these Paul McCobb Planner Group pieces for Winchendon in person and they are stunning! This three-piece set is comprised of two 1512 cabinets with grasscloth covered sliding doors adorned by round recessed handles. And the 1544 solid maple splayed leg bench platform base. They are all in the natural maple finish. The Planner Group was made as a modular system which achieved great acclaim by architects, designers, and magazines for its simplicity, scale, refined lines, and versatility. It was so popular it remained in constant production from 1950 to 1964. And it has become a sought after mid-century modern design icon for those same reasons.

This set’s designer, Paul McCobb (1917-1969), is a 20th Century design genius. He wanted to be an artist from childhood and studied drawing and painting for a time but left to enlist in the Army in 1942. Only serving a short time as he was medically discharged in 1943. McCobb was first noticed while working as a design and decorating consultant for Martin Feinman’s Modernage Furniture in New York City in 1948. While there he met B.G. Mesberg who later became his business partner in the Planner and Directional furniture lines. And, although best known for his furniture designs, he also designed radios, televisions, hi-fi consoles and other household items. He won many awards and is represented in museums around the world. His other well-known furniture lines are Predictor, Calvin Group, Directional, Irwin Group, and Connoisseur Collection.

You can use this three-piece set in so many fabulous configurations. Use the cabinets together on the base, place one on the base and one on the floor, stack the cabinets and leave the base as a bench, or let your imagination soar. You just need to make them yours.

Price: $3,695


Vintage Saarinen Style White Tulip Base Table Light Woodgrain Laminate Top

Vintage Saarinen Style White Tulip Base Table Light Woodgrain Laminate Top

Handsome and totally classic mid-century modern design. That is how we describe this Saarinen style tulip table. This one is most likely Burke which has become collectible and sought after in its own right. Comprised of a white painted cast aluminum tulip base with a faux light woodgrain laminate top with the typical back beveled edge. This one is a little shorter than a dining table and not large in diameter. Making it just right for a game table, lamp table, bedside table, or a little breakfast spot in a bedroom or sunroom. We are sure this is just what you were looking for. Make it yours.

Price: $1,225


Pair Post-Modern Hand-Crafted Maple Chairs Signed Brice B. Durbin 1996

Wow! We are in love with these Post-Modern treasures! I don’t know whether you should use these interesting and wonderful maple hand crafted chairs or put them on a pedestal. Comprised of solid maple. The back and back legs are in the shape of a capital printed “I” and the front pair of legs an “H” with the crossbar set low. There is a square crossbar from the front to the back tying the sets of legs together. A thinner square formed of planks of maple makes up the seat which is supported by the tops of the “H” uprights and intersects the column of the “I”. The seat has a “U” shape slightly carved in it that perfectly cradles your rump. These would be the perfect spot to sit to put on your shoes or they could double as night stands or side tables. Maybe that extra seating you need in the kitchen. Surprising to their hard and blocky look they are quite comfy. The chairs are signed by the artist, Brice B. Durbin, and dated March 1996 in Topeka, Kansas. We have been unable to locate him or find any information about him. But whoever and wherever he is, he did a marvelous job!! You need to make these yours.

Price: $1,295


Mid Century Modern Reclining Lounge Chair and Ottoman Style of Wormley for Dunbar

Mid Century Modern Reclining Lounge Chair and Ottoman Style of Wormley for Dunbar

Talk about comfort with style! This just may be the comfiest but best-looking duo I’ve experienced in a long time. The chair has continual reclining positions so can recline just a little or a lot and everything in-between. Whatever level of comfort your body desires at the time. They are done in the style and quality of Edward Wormley for Dunbar and from the mid-century modern era. But there are small differences such as only wood legs and not a crossbar. And we haven’t located an exact example of them for maker verification. Plus, since we believe they were reupholstered at some point in their life, they do not have a tag. No matter. They are wonderful and in fabulous condition. The upholstery is usable; however, we think a new luscious fabric would make this set incredible, so they are priced accordingly. The foam in the cushions is still soft but could use a little fluffing with some additional polly wrap. All in all, if you are looking for a comfy yet stylish reading spot or a great place to view Netflix, look no further. Make this set yours!

Price: $2,495


Adrian Pearsall Walnut and Glass Jacks 893-TGO Oval Coffee Table Mid Century Modern

Adrian Pearsall Walnut and Glass Jacks 893-TGO Oval Coffee Table Mid Century Modern

Oh, my goodness! We are in love with this 893-TGO coffee table by Adrian Pearsall. Sometimes called the Jacks Coffee Table. Its elongated shape is made of solid sculpted, rather boomerang shaped walnut, which was a mainstay in Pearsall’s arsenal of materials, with an oval glass top. With good reason, Pearsall has become one of the most sought after mid-century modern furniture designers. His pieces with their Atomic Age look are very indicative of that flamboyant time with its futuristic vision and sultry and sexy interiors. Pearsall graduated in 1950 from the University of Illinois with an Architectural Engineering degree and in 1952 founded Craft Associates to manufacture his own designs, which trumpeted in the Atomic Age and have now become mid-century modern design icons. You should have this stunning example of his work. Make it yours.

Price: $2,250


Mid Century Modern Two Drawer Lateral File Cabinet in Walnut by Hardwood House Inc.

Mid Century Modern Two Drawer Lateral File Cabinet in Walnut by Hardwood House Inc.

If you are looking for attractive file storage…..look no further! This is one of the most beautiful yet simple pieces I have ever seen. And, its coming from our private collection. This gorgeous walnut lateral two drawer file cabinet was made by Hardwood House Inc. of Rochester, New York; but looks so much like pieces designed by Jens Risom or George Nelson. The black metal pulls are almost identical to those on Nelson’s Thin Line Series while the square wood legs are totally Risom. Originally made as a file cabinet but would be a great liquor cabinet, chest of drawers, night stand, or credenza. I can imagine this in an awesome mid-century modern home or, an industrial loft and everything in between. You need to make it yours.

Price: $1,995


Mid Century Modern Rosewood Ebony Chrome Milo Baughman or Knoll-Style End Table

Mid Century Modern Rosewood Ebony Chrome Milo Baughman or Knoll-Style End Table

Save me from myself and buy this wonderful Mid Century Modern rosewood, ebony and chrome Milo Baughman style or Knoll style end table! I keep trying and trying to find a spot for this one in my own home.  All the style of the great designers, Milo Baughman, George Nelson, Florence Knoll, etc. but no markings and I haven’t been able to document. Rosewood and Ebony wood as well as the chrome are in excellent condition. Absolutely wonderful table. You need to make it yours.

 

Price: $1,995


MCM Lane Alta Vista Hexagon Coffee Table Walnut and Smoked Glass Style 1121 04

MCM Lane Alta Vista Hexagon Coffee Table Walnut and Smoked Glass Style 1121 04

This is an incredible mid-century modern coffee table by Lane Alta Vista! It is marked with Style No. 1121 04 and dated 2/12/71. Its hexagon shape, rounded window opening sides, and smoke glass top give it tremendous eye appeal and storage. Its walnut veneer finish is gorgeous. And, just the little touches of back accents it has are perfect. The openings are edged in black and the recessed base, which makes it look somewhat like it is floating off the floor, is black. Plus, the base conceals casters that make this great looking coffee table so versatile and easily moved. I read on another description for one of these tables that it was the ultimate cathouse. I believe they meant it was a perfect house for cats! HA! But seriously this is a beautiful coffee table and wonderful example of mid-century modern design. You need to make it yours.

Price: $1,695


Mid Century Contempora Dining Chairs by William Clingman for J. L. Metz Set of Six

Mid Century Contempora Dining Chairs by William Clingman for J. L. Metz Set of Six

If you are looking for a set of dining room chairs that combine the glamour of Hollywood Regency, the lines of mid-century, and the pizzazz of Art Deco……you found them! This set of six gorgeous cherry and Carpathian elm burlwood high back dining chairs are part of the Contempora line designed by William J. Clingman for the J. L. Metz Furniture Company. It is reported Mr. Clingman spent two months in Italy where he studied new Italian furniture prior to designing his Contempora line. It shows. Their details abound. From their metal sabots on the tips of the round tapered legs and metal shoulders to their burled slat back and weathered cherry frame. This set of six is sporting an awesome tomato red upholstered seat. You can’t help but fall in love with these beauties. Make them yours.

Price: $3,295


Mid Century Modern Burke Inc. Fiberglass Shell Office Desk Arm Chair Rolling Swivel Tilt

Mid Century Modern Burke Inc. Fiberglass Shell Office Desk Arm Chair Rolling Swivel Tilt

Wow! If you are looking for mid-century modern rolling desk chair for your home office. You found it. And, it swivels and tilts too. Made circa 1960s by Burke Inc. Comprised of a white fiberglass armed shell mounted on a single walnut veneered metal shaft with a four-pronged aluminum base and ball casters. Plus, its original royal blue hopsack fabric seat cushion. Both the chair and the cushion are in incredible original condition. Burke modeled their fiberglass chairs after Saarinen’s tulip chair and Eames fiberglass shell chairs as a more affordable option for the masses. But they made them with changes and enhancements that have made them become collectable in their own right. Kind of a second cousin of sorts with lots of style and sass. This example in ready for you to use. We know you love it. Make it yours.

Price: $995


Pair Rosewood Mid Century Square End Table Cabinets

Pair Rosewood Mid Century Square End Table Cabinets

Wow! These rosewood cabinet style end tables are absolutely incredible! These were designed by the original owner in 1966 and created for him by an artisan. They are comprised of gorgeous vertical grain rosewood on all four sides with double opening doors on the front of a square cabinet which floats above the floor on a recessed black painted pedestal base. The rosewood horizontal grained top is so beautiful but does have some slight darkening in spots from age or use. Black painted metal hasp bar closure on the doors and the black hinges are the only ornamentation. Leaving the rosewood as the star. When I first saw these substantial end tables, they were flanking a Milo Baughman Lawson style sofa. What an impression. Their large scale but simple lines and breathtaking material make these just what the designer ordered. You must make them yours.

Price: $2,395


Square Mid Century Modern Chrome X-Base Glass Top Coffee Table After Baughman

Square Mid Century Modern Chrome X-Base Glass Top Coffee Table After Baughman

I know. I know. I’ve mentioned Milo Baughman in association with this chrome table and so many things get mis-attributed to him. It’s been said recently it seems like everything chrome gets labeled as his. However, I’m not using it as an attribution but as a descriptor. Just like a few years ago everything was described as Eames Era. And, a few years before that I would have said this was in the style of Mies Van Der Rohe. Anyway…..This is a fabulous 1960s awesome square coffee table with a beautiful chrome X-base and glass top. The base is constructed of rectangular chrome tube that is made into two rectangular frames that intersect in the center to form the X-shaped base. The chrome base is in fabulous condition, but the glass shows signs of its years of use with little chips on all the edges. We do have the original invoice for it from Tri-Mark Designs in Philadelphia dated January 17, 1966. The best thing about this table is how versatile style-wise it is. It will be wonderful in your mid-century modern designed home but equally at ease in your industrial loft, rustic, primitive or country home, and give a little spark of surprise to your traditional décor. Don’t hesitate. We know you love it! Make it yours

Price: $1,295


Mid Century Modern Credenza with Hutch Attributed to J. L. Metz Contempora Line

Mid Century Modern Credenza with Hutch Attributed to J. L. Metz Contempora Line

This is an incredibly interesting and handsome piece of furniture. A gorgeous credenza made of weathered cherry, brass, and travertine. The cabinet is lifted off the floor with six square brass tube legs and crossbars and boasts two pairs of double opening doors. The doors have a beautiful flat panel design with the panel being burlwood. No hardware adorns the doors leaving the fabulous wood as the focal point. Behind the doors on the right are three long drawers. The doors on the left cover a large storage space with one shelf. The top has three travertine stone inserts with a brass trimmed edge. The hutch sits atop the credenza by a full wood back and square tube brass supports. It has four doors with beveled glass for display and two panels with woven wire inserts. Again, as with the credenza’s doors, they are paneled and no hardware. There are small drawers immediately below the doors and a safety three-sided fence on the top to prevent displayed items from falling off. There is so much attention to detail with this piece that, along with the high-quality construction, it will become a family heirloom. Its mid-century lines with classical styling make this a very versatile piece and appropriate with many design styles. We know you love it. Make it yours.

Price: $3,995


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