American Art Deco server/chest. Circa 1935. Mahogany and brass. Donald Deskey design for his own company, American Modern Decoration. Amodec metal tag. Two drawers with center pulls on tall tapered legs. Very good original condition. Minor surface scratches. Measures 34"w x 18"d x 34"h.
Wood and metal lamp. Circa 1950. Signed Heifetz in script. Ebonized wood and copper biomorphic base with cylindrical fiberglass shade. 22 1/4" high from base to top of shade. Base excellent condition. Shade needs new binding.
American Art Deco Chrome Occasional Table. c.1930. No label. Wolfgang Hoffman design for Howell. Black glass top trimmed in chrome supported by 3 tubular chrome legs on stepped black and chrome base. Surface scratches to glass top. Minor wear to chrome plating on legs and small paint chip on base consistent with age. Height: 18 1/4" high. Diameter: 13 1/4" top.
Metal desk lamp. Circa 1955. Three metal cone shaped shades on adjustable arms attached to round black metal base. Salmon, taupe, and pale chartreuse shades. Base: 6" in diameter. Height to top of tallest shade: 19". Excellent condition. Wiring as found.
Reverse painted frame. Circa 1930. Silver metal frame with silver and black reverse painted glass. Geometric designs to two opposite corners. Glass is in excellent condition. Minor pitting to bottom edge of metal frame. Original cardboard backing with strong easel. Measures 6" high x 5" wide. Picture exposure is approximately 3 7/8" high x 2 7/8" wide.
McKaycraft metal magazine rack. Circa 1930. John Waring Carpenter for The McKay Company of Pittsburgh, PA. Black coil with chromium ends supported by blue ribbed steel legs on inward scrolled feet, braced by two black metal stretchers. Some pitting to chrome plating and loss of paint on stretchers consistent with age. Approximate dimensions: 22" long x 10" wide x 11" high. ...click for details