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
USA, 1950s This Harvey Probber coffee table features a walnut base and an octagonal top. The top is composed of eight travertine triangles which together create a unique geometric effect.
USA, 1950s This cabinet was designed by Harvey Probber and is composed of mahogany and brass. It provides ample storage with its three drawers, one enclosed shelving area, and one open shelf below.
USA, 1950s This classic tuxedo style armchair is beautifully reupholstered in Knoll textile. Very comfortable, it has a down-filled back cushion.
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.
USA, 1950s This dresser by Harvey Probber features four drawers: two large drawers and two small drawers, one of which is divided into three compartments. Brass drawer pulls and brass-capped feet compliment the warm tone of the mahogany.
United States, 1960s This X-base dining chair by Harvey Probber features a stationary design that mimics a Campaign style chair. The removable headrests hang from a brass rod at the top that links the slatted frames and complements the dark
USA, 1960′s This headboard features eight pointed arches that are separated by flat wood slats. It is appropriate for a queen-size bed frame (see image #5 for hardware detail).
USA, 1950′s This walnut dining table has been expertly refinished to highlight its stunning grain. It features two additional leaves that measure 18″ each and a fifth leg for additional support in the center when the table is fully extended.
USA, 1950′s The vivid blue textile and ebonized base of this lovely chair make a make statement.
USA, 1950′s This beautiful side table has a unique travertine composite top with marble inlays.
USA, 1950′s This beautiful coffee table has a unique travertine composite top with marble inlays.
USA, 1950′s Very comfortable, large enough to seat several people. Great classic look, one of the best of Harvey Probber’s designs.
USA, 1960′s This elegant rosewood chest has 10 drawers on the left (large bottom drawer) and adjustable shelves on the right.
Haiti, 1984 2 arm chairs and 4 armless chairs by Harvey Probber. Textile is in excellent condition. The armchairs measure 21″1/4W x 20″D x 35″H.
USA, 1950′s This cabinet features whimsical flower-patterned enameled doors which slide open to reveal 2 pull out trays on either side. Four drawers, one of which is divided, provide ample storage. Legs have been replaced.
USA, 1950′s Pair of matching side tables by Harvey Probber featuring removable travertine tops on a decagonal mahogany base.
USA, 1950′s This impressive sofa by Harvey Probber features a unique organic curved shape. From corner to corner this piece measures 125″, and the seat depth is 24″.
USA, 1960′s This cabinet has a beautiful rosewood grain. It has great storage capacity with a large drawer and a spacious lower compartment. The door has an interior shelf.