This is a pair of vintage mid century Fireside Slipper Chairs in the manner of James Mont. 27 deep 22 1/2 wide and 27 high..seat height is 15 inches...1950's vintage
Not for everyone...a Funhouse 24 Ruggiero/Pop compilation.
Pair of Paul McCobb Batchelor's Chests done in light grey waterbased lacquer...with Copper and Nickel drawer fronts.. These are Planner Group pieces manufactured originally in Winchedon,MA. Water based lacquer finish by Marcelo Z 203 942 4315. Currently on display at Connecticut Antiques Center 850 Canal St Stamford, CT 06902 (203) 355-933
An unusual device for effective outcomes...Dr.Meduna would be proud of this device...20 wide and 20 deep...and 26 high and on wheels! It is not working. Looks to be from the 1930's
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Woodbridge,Connecticut Artist born 1983. This is an example of an earlier work. Hand blown glass sculpture.
Another Clemsky Ruggiero original..bats are vintage May and Maris...cans are the perfect coloring of Arizona Tea cans..how green can you get!28 long...31 wide and 21 high..
Undescribable good one of a kind piece...custom done by Co=Creation a Tommy Pop/Custom glass endeavor. Label on interior says Van Leigh..New York...I have a hunch its roots are in Virginia via Basic Witz. 33 1/4 high..20 deep and 64 wide ...this piece was altered using metal laminate and white laquer.
Dazzling...Blue Water Glass mirrors..20 1/2 wide...22 high..sacre bleu!
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Great Loewy designed Chest by Mengel. Drawer fronts are Silver Leafed..the body of the piece is done in a soft subtle grey...Mid Century and stylin...currently on display at Connecticut Antiques Center www.connecticutstyle.com 850 Canal St Stamford, CT 06902 (203) 355-9335 31 3/4 high...57 wide and 19 deep restoration by the Murzyn Workshop Shelton,CT 203 924 2231
Batchelors chest mirrored and funky...silver and black lacquer combo...with silver and grey mirror...plays with your perception..so is it an optical illusion if it distorts your perception? Most folks will focus on one side or the other... the dimensions are 18 3/4 deep..40 wide.. and 30 3/4 high. the chest was made by Kent Coffey and recieved some modification. Currently on display at John Street Antiques 50 John Street, Stamford,CT
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walnut stained Heywood Wakefield Credenza...with Clem Ruggiero's Brass and metal artisanship...lots of fun..especially for antique dealers who recognize the food chain
"Whispers of the Rose Twins" by Sandy Mastroni..Red Lion of Philadelphia Wardrobe done right...lots of good color.. Dear Madonna, We made this for you...perhaps you could weave a children's tale? Sandy would be more than happy to do the illustrations! T.George