The Seal Lounge Chair. 1960. Denmark. Ib Kofod-Larsen. Solid rosewood frame and upholstered seat. Provided by Regan and Smith Antiques.

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.

1820.

Crystal inkwell with brass cap. England.

1820.

Crystal inkwell with brass cap. England.

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

1970.

Lounge Chair by Gaston Rinaldi. Italy. Great detail of side profile, adds a little industrialism to a mid century inspired piece. Materials: Patinated metal, aluminum, faux leather.

1970.

Lounge Chair by Gaston Rinaldi. Italy. Great detail of side profile, adds a little industrialism to a mid century inspired piece. Materials: Patinated metal, aluminum, faux leather.

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.

1940’s.

Original Vintage French Industrial Jewelry Makers Desk. Solid wood construction covered with industrial steel. 4 side drawers with pierced brass leaf form pulls. Steel caged front for ventilation. France.

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.

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.

Early 1900’s.

Hammond Multiplex Typewriter. American Industrial design. USA.

1900.

I love the fleckled texture of the metal and cabrio legs of this antique icebox by Crystal Refrigerator Co. Zinc plated with arrowhead hinges. Freemont, Nebraka.

1785.

18th Century Artisan made oak travelling coffer with inner compartment and ornate hand forged iron scrollwork. Southern Germany.

1950.

Paavo Tynell Counterbalance Lamp. Constructed of brass and frosted glass. Made in Finland.

1960’s.

Lucite Mod Telephone. A sculptural lucite invention with a chromed receiver. Still in working condition. So Mod!

1945.
William Spratling Sterling Pitcher. Constructed of hand hammered silver and rosewood handle. The rosewood handle indicates this piece was an earlier version since cedar was used later. Mexico.

1945.

William Spratling Sterling Pitcher. Constructed of hand hammered silver and rosewood handle. The rosewood handle indicates this piece was an earlier version since cedar was used later. Mexico.