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Pair Chrome X Base Round Glass Top Side Tables After Mies Van Der Rohe

Black and gold and wonderful! How awesome will these be in your bar? This set of eight 8-ounce rocks cocktail glasses, as they are called in Libbey’s Premier 1970-71 Catalog, are a perfect cylinder-shaped tumbler with a nice heavy bottom and adorned with a black textured overlay inserted sporadically with gold coins. The gold coins depicted are both the heads side and the tails side of United States $2.50 Series coins dated 1796, 1841, and 1911. There is a gold horizontal band at the top and bottom of the black overlay and on the rim. They are so retro 1970s yet at the same time so relevant for today’s decors, and in very good condition. You should make them yours.

Price: $325

Black George Briard Ice Bucket with Eight Culver Cocktail Glass and MCM Tray

Georges Briard and Culver with a little extra thrown in. Mad Men had nothing on this set!! We have combined these three separate items into a set just because they look so darn good together. The ice bucket exterior is covered in a black faux crocodile vinyl and the handle and ball knob on the lid are gold-toned brass plating. It blends beautifully with the 22-karat gold design on the Culver old fashioned glasses. The design on these glasses is made up of crackled gold harlequin diamonds. And they all look fabulous presented on the black lacquer and gold tone aluminum rectangular tray. Although the maker of the tray is unknown, it is a splendid example of mid-century modern cocktail ware. The set together is simply stunning!

Culver Glass Company created lavish and opulent cocktail ware from 1939 when founded by Irving Rothenberg through 1996 when they were sold to Moderne Glass Company, Inc; but it is their designs from the 1950s through the 1960s that have become highly collectable and for which they have become most renowned.

Georges Briard which is a nom de plume for Jascha Brojdo was a Polish born American award-winning designer from the 1950s-1970s. Even being awarded the Frank S. Child Lifetime Achievement Award by The Society of Glass and Ceramic Decorators in 2004. His signature collections were stocked at noted department stores, such as Neiman Marcus and Bonwit Teller.

Two great designers together to serve you. Just make this delightful set yours!!

Price: $895

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