Very nice Howard Miller regulator wall clock, circa 1990. The clock is made of mahogany wood, and has a brass pendulum. Features a "bong" chime on the hour and half hour. It has operating instructions on the back. The clock is in excellent condition and working order, and measures 25" long X 16" wide.
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Historic District Antiques
34 inches by 24 inches Donghia, Inc. has consistently reflected the dynamic and innovative approach to design that its founder, Angelo Donghia, was renowned for. As one of the most sought after and influential interior designers of the past century, it was Mr...
Custom made, cast from our period model. Also available as wired lamps. Approx. 12" high.
unique dark green jade or hard stone square miniature table or base with dragon motif
Louis Vuitton suitcase trunk fitted to a custom hand-made hand-finished base. This is a smaller size than the other table we have listed, and will fit in a more intimate setting. The case itself dates to around the early to mid 1980's, and is in excellent vintage condition, with very minor travel wear. Fit the top with a piece of glass or use it without for extra storage...
2 Toned...channeled fan back...tight cushion...grey linen..along with Pirate Skull and cross bones..supersized frame from the 1920's...enchanting...for the Grande Pirata!!! 48 wide 59 high 28 deep
16.5 seat height
A fantastic Robert Wyland above and below bronze dolphin coffee table. Circa 1990's, 63" long by 36" wide. Excellent condition. Please email for more information or photos.
Included here is a set of eight original dining or side chairs, designed and made exclusively for the Royalton Hotel in New York City in 1988. This iconic design was never commercially produced, and is widely regarded as one of the most influential examples of post-modern seating from the 1980s. Starck was commissioned by Ian Schrager, former co-owner of Studio 54, to redesign the interior of the Royalton in 1988...
Chinese red lacquer corner cabinet with double doors and small drawer, the top has some minor scratch marks. Age: Late 20th Century – Size: 36 ½” high x 33 ¾ wide x 24” deep
I commissioned these sconces cast from a pair of originals, they can be electrified easily. 26" high and 12" wide.
Also available as candlesticks unwired, custom cast from 18th bronze candlesticks (the original model is also available. Note tarnish shows in photograph.
This is a set of four (4) Series 8600 chairs of stainless steel tubes and woven steel, designed in 1982 by Professor Hans Ullrich Bitsch, and made by Kusch & Co.. Set was purchased new in 1983 and have been held by the same owner ever since. Each measures 31 3/4" high, 20" wide, 20 1/2" deep, and has a seat height of 17.75"...
This chest has been upholstered in New York Jets fabric and Jets decals. Done by a local Jets enthusiast. Can be used as an entertainment center. It has 4 drawers so it has lots of storage space. The chest was made in Sweden in the 50's and then re invented. The drawers have finger pulls channeled bellow each drawer. The chest has 5 inch hairpin legs.
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This pair of vintage Shoshun stools date from as early as 1990 and are in good condition. Their original red and blue velvet upholstery is in good condition. There are light stains and noticeable signs of wear, consistent with age. Dimensions: 33.5" H X 21" W X 22" D (85.1cm H X 53.3cm W X 55.9cm D.
This Supersassi sofa was designed by Matteo Thun (1952-) for Rossi de Albizzate and first produced in 1999. It is covered in bi-elastic fabric which is in excellent condition. The seatbacks are covered in creamy off-white and the seat is covered in black. Measures 74.8 in wide, 37 in deep and 29.9 in high (190 cm by 94 cm by 76 cm).
A pair of unique hardwood end tables featuring a complete set of uncirculated State Quarters by Danbury Mint. Supplies were limited and available only as long as their vaulted supply of 10 year old uncirculated coins lasted. We have 2 of these tables for sale and the color is more like the one in the last photo. The other photos were taken from the Danbury site. The Danbury Mint describes these end table as follows:
Included here are twelve (12) modular, stacking "Octo" lights designed in 1987 by Tom Dixon (British, 1959- ), and produced circa 1987-1992 by his company, Eurolounge. Made from molded polypropylene, each has a single bulb and socket. May be used as a wall sculpture, room divider, or as individual lamps to provide mood lighting for a large room or other space. We also have an additional twelve (12) Octo lamps available for purchase individually at $500 each...