1940.

Industrial Lunch Table. From a factory in Chicago, this cool relique from the past is constructed of cast iron, steel and wood. The table has 6 seats that can swing in under the table or swing out for seating. Cast iron supports/brackets and porcelain enameled steel seats. American.

1940.

Industrial Lunch Table. From a factory in Chicago, this cool relique from the past is constructed of cast iron, steel and wood. The table has 6 seats that can swing in under the table or swing out for seating. Cast iron supports/brackets and porcelain enameled steel seats. American.

1960’s.

Jens Quistgaard Rosewood and Chrome Chair for Richard Nissen. Chair has solid rosewood spokes fit into chrome stretchers that support a suede sling. The chair is held together by tension and has no screws or bolts. Denmark.

Vintage Juicer turned Lamp? Yes! Love the repurposing of materials.

1950’s.
Bar Stool designed by Arthur Umanoff made in U.S.A. Wrought iron frames, wood slat seats and rush backing.

1950’s.

Bar Stool designed by Arthur Umanoff made in U.S.A. Wrought iron frames, wood slat seats and rush backing.

1912.

American Industrial Ornamental nickel-plated adjustable lynne portable lamp with weighted cast iron base. Designed and patented by Anker S. Lyhne in 1911, Bridgeport, CT. Ornament consists of palm leaves and scrollwork. Original socket casing contains a yellow brass bryant key socket rewired with period appropriate braided cloth cord.

1954.

Gilda Arm Chair by Carlo Mollino. Oak dyed ash frame. Bronzed brass hardware. Four position adjustable seat. Polyurethane heat cound polyester fibre upholstery with suspension on steel springs. Leather cover.

1954.

Gilda Arm Chair by Carlo Mollino. Oak dyed ash frame. Bronzed brass hardware. Four position adjustable seat. Polyurethane heat cound polyester fibre upholstery with suspension on steel springs. Leather cover.

1930.

Asian Turquoise Lamp. I love how this piece could translate into a contemporary interior of today with the collective knowledge that it was manufactured in the 30s. The color and the illustration is playful and refreshing. The lucite base and finial give it that extra pop of elegance while the rectangle shade gives it a clean sophistication.

1940.
Iron Bench with Ivory Cowhide Upholstery. A more modern take on a Greek Diphros x-based stool. I like the patina/luster of the iron paired with the warm accents of metal to highlight the stretcher and the feet.

1940.

Iron Bench with Ivory Cowhide Upholstery. A more modern take on a Greek Diphros x-based stool. I like the patina/luster of the iron paired with the warm accents of metal to highlight the stretcher and the feet.

1950’s.
Gorgeous armchair by British born architect and furniture designer, T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings. Ebony finished wood frame with a black, white and grey woven wool.

1950’s.

Gorgeous armchair by British born architect and furniture designer, T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings. Ebony finished wood frame with a black, white and grey woven wool.

1971.

Made for the Haworth Kinetics Collection. Tubular steel frame, bent plywood seat and sled base.

1971.

Made for the Haworth Kinetics Collection. Tubular steel frame, bent plywood seat and sled base.

19th Century.

Painted Wall Cupboard Door Cabinet from India.

1930’s.

German Grain Sack Armchair.

c.1960’s.

This Ship Porthole Side Table is one rad vintage piece of nautical decor. Cast iron ship porthole with brass hatch screws and 3/4” glass top. Legs are manufactured from cast iron adjustable tension clamps that are bolted to the porthole. Made in Marina Del Rey, Ca.

19th Century.

Rare French Antique Provencal Louis XV style Caned Canape. Finished with a white wash, caning on side panels. Upholstered in white canvas.

1900-1920.

Turn of the Century Desk Chair in Solid Copper. Swivel desk/task chair with wrought copper frame and solid mahogany seat. Continous backrest with four braided legs and a column center. A lovely, elegant chair that would translate well into an exterior or interior space.