United States, Late 1950s This walnut sideboard/buffet for H. Sacks & Sons of Massachusetts shows Paul McCobb’s exacting selection of materials and attention to detail. An inset top of white marble sits above six small drawers with aluminium pulls. A
United States, early 1950s Part of Paul McCobb’s Planner group for Winchendon, this pair of nightstands comprises black-lacquered maple cases with two drawers set on canted legs. The contrasting white travertine marble tops and brass conical pulls make them an
USA, 1950s This coffee table is comprised of four segmented pieces of Rosa Norvegia marble set in a mahogany base.
Italy, 1930s Attributed to Tomaso Buzzi, an associate of Gio Ponti, this exuberantly curvaceous mirror and console table were made in Italy in the 1930s. These pieces are excellent examples of Italian art deco design. The walnut burl is inset
USA, 1982 Lucia Mercer was schooled in landscape architecture, and apprenticed with a granite quarry in upstate New York, where she sculpted stone. This Stump table won The Roscoe award, USA 1983, and is as much a work of art
USA, 1950s This buffet was designed by Paul McCobb for H. Sacks & Sons. It is constructed of walnut and features an inset marble top. This piece provides ample storage with four upper drawers and eight lower drawers that are
Italy, 1970s This large square coffee table by Pace has four removable marble tiles that are set in a chrome base.
USA, 1950s This dresser by Paul McCobb is constructed of a walnut case with brass drawer pulls. It features a new white carrera marble top. This custom-made dresser was purchased directly from the family of the original owner, who was
USA, 1990s Designed in by Florence Knoll in 1961, this credenza features four cabinet doors with inset handles that house adjustable shelving. The piece is composed of an ebonized oak case on a chrome base with a grey and white
United States, mid-1920s This beautiful 1920s console table and mirror, designed by Oscar Bach, are made of cast iron with a bronze patina and embellished with ornate neoclassical motifs. The table features a deeply veined marble top. The mirror measures
USA, 1970′s This classic Florence Knoll credenza has a spectacular rosewood grain. It features two file drawers and eight smaller drawers that can be customized with inserts to suit a variety of storage needs.
USA, 1950′s This table is comprised of a Portuguese marble top that sits on a single trefoil column on a brass-rimmed leather stand. It would serve as an excellent breakfast, tea, or card table.
USA, 1980′s Four box drawers (each with one removable partition), four full-extension file drawers with metal bars each for hanging files.
USA, 1970′s This classic Florence Knoll credenza has a spectacular rosewood grain.
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, 1980′s This credenza by Florence Knoll features eight box drawers with removable partitions and two full-extension file drawers with two metal bar each for hanging files. Polished chrome base.
USA, 1970′s Beautiful desk for the home or ideal for reception area.
Japan, 1970s Signed T. Minamoto and dating to the 1970s, this gorgeous abstract sculpture is carved from warm marble. It rises totem like from a black pedestal base.
USA, 1970′s This marvelous sculpture is designed to be viewed from different angles and is always intriguing.