United States, Late 1940s This handsome mahogany side table is exemplary of Edward Wormley’s designs for Dunbar in the late 1940s. The clean-lined frame with inset top holds a long drawer with a brass pull. The table’s height and depth
United States, 1950s This mahogany and brass bar cabinet by Harvey Probber provides ample storage. The top of the cabinet hinges open to reveal a small laminate drawer and serving space. The lower cabinet has three laminate drawers and an
United States, 1950s This walnut and brass Sheaf of Wheat stool from the 1950s, designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, has been newly upholstered in leather.
United States, 1950s These striking copper and brass sconces were custom-made in the 1950s and have been expertly repolished. The arm extends 5.5″ from the plate. Four sconces available.
United States, 1950s Edward Wormley designed this set of dining chairs, six side and two armchairs (model numbers 5606 & 5607), for Dunbar’s Janus line. The sculpted mahogany chairs feature square caned backs and brass H-stretchers. The height of the
USA, 1960s This Hollywood Regency style coffee table was manufactured by Baker Furniture. It is composed of an eight-leg wood base with a brass-rimmed glass top.
USA, 1970s Designed by William Doezema, a cofounder of Mastercraft, this striking set includes two armchairs and four armless dining chairs. The chairs are constructed of beautiful dark amboyna burlwood with subtle brass inlay and are upholstered in an off-white
USA, 1950s Designed by Paul McCobb for Directional, this coffee table is composed of a round travertine top and a brass base.
USA, 1950s Designed by Paul McCobb for Directional, this end table is composed of a rectangular travertine top and a brass base. A corresponding sectional sofa with travertine corner table is also available.
USA, 1970s Pair of geometric wall sculptures in brass and chrome by Curtis Jere.
USA, 1970s This dining table by Mastercraft features a sculptural faux bamboo base in brass and a racetrack glass top. Without the glass, the base measures 55.5″ L x 38″ D x 28.5″ H.
Unknown, 1950s Brass hanging lamp from the 1950s featuring five milk glass shades with subtle painted linear details. One extra shade included.
USA. 1950s This sideboard with hutch was designed by Merton Gershun for Martinsville’s Dania Collection. It is constructed of walnut and features brass accents and drawer pulls. The hutch has three shelves behind sliding glass doors and a narrow drawer
USA, 1970s This coffee table, designed by Bernhard Rohne for Mastercraft, is composed of a lacquered wood frame with iridescent acid-etched brass panels and a beveled glass top.
USA, 1950s This desk was designed in 1957 by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. It features two rosewood roll-top doors that each conceal two small drawers, as well as three shallow drawers below. The desk also has a hinged panel that
USA, 1950s This large, low coffee table has been expertly refinished. With two spacious drawers it provides plenty of storage as well as surface area.
Finland, 1940s This unique ceiling lamp, designed by Paavo Tynell, is composed of a suspended pierced brass shade that houses three light sockets.
Finland, 1948 This ceiling lamp was designed by Paavo Tynell in 1948 and manufactured by Taito Oy. It is composed of five glass lights that are set amidst whimsical wire leaves and flowers. The support post measures approximately 29″ from
USA, 1970′s This accent light was designed by Paul Evans for the Cityscape series and features his iconic brass and chrome patchwork.
USA, 1970′s This wall sculpture by Curtis Jere is composed of hundreds of thin brass rods that are soldered together in the shape of a sun. The center of the sculpture is recessed, and the rods emanate from it to
USA, 1980′s This Art Deco-influenced desk by John Widdicomb is composed of a large walnut burl wood top with canted corners that sits atop a brass frame. Brass legs swoop outwards and evoke the graceful line of a waterfall. Recessed
Italy, 1970s This sleek Italian console table from the 1970s pairs a chrome and brass base with an inset glass top. It can equally serve as a sofa table.
USA, 1970′s This stunning sideboard is brilliantly decorated with acid-etched designs in iridescent shades. Three cabinets provide ample storage. The first cabinet has a fixed shelf and the second has an adjustable shelf.
USA, 1970′s Beautiful custom made sconces.