55 long ..15 1/2 seat height ..29.5 high...25.5 deep...done in a Faux leopard Chenille.
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Channel Back Lounge Chairs on floating base...reminiscent of Mont perhaps...quite stylish done in Chalk Chenille w/ebonized base. Currently being shown at the Hiden Gallery, Stamford,CT
Recently trip to rehab...classic form comfy natural and neutral...Channel back Deco swivels probably used in their day to practice the lindy.
A synthesis of styles and pattern..geometric pulls..art modern dresser..with curvelinear pattern of toile.
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 is multidrawered so it has lots of storage space. The chest was made in Sweden in the 50's and then re invented with the application of the fabric. A portion of proceeds will go to a Jets charity.
Olsen taught at the same school as Wegner. This settee is part of his multi furniture grouping. Piece can taken apart so you have a bench along with 2 chairs. Settee is 11 9/16 high..26 1/2 deep and 52 long. Seats are 24 1/2 wide..26 deep and 20 high
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Great Mid Century dresser updated with tapestry peace upholstery.. white black and grey. house ready and clean..color scheme is good for pop art style home.
Now these are Fun! Whale Tale Funhouse 24 end tables with Tommy Bahama Fabric. Doors are copper and nickel. A Custom Shoppe/Clem Ruggiero tpop creation. Currently on display at Connecticut Antiques Center on Canal St. in Stamford,CT
40 wide..19 deep..31 high..Mid Century Desk perfect for a laptop. Tweaked at Custom Shoppe Ansonia,CT. Can be used as a vanity also. If you want to put your gear on top get a piece of glass.
ring pulls..on black doors..large white polka dots on exterior of the cabinet..Funhouse 24 style...nice hallway piece..not for everyone. Currently on display at Connecticut Antiques on Canal St. in Stamford,CT
Grey Sharkskin exterior ...ebonized frame..polka dot door..mirrored interior with sliding drawer...sacre bleu!
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I am going to let the image speak for itself. Currently on display at Braswell Galleries in Norwalk,CT