Posts Tagged ‘Timeless’

Colorful [Re]Imagination

Colorful [Re]Imagination

 

 

 

Pair of Colorful Striped Vintage Armchairs by Mauro Oliveira

Italy and USA
Circa 1970 & Updated 2012
A pair of vintage fiberglass armchairs originally Sergio Mazza and updated with colorful vinyl striped by Brazilian artist, Mauro Oliveira. Mauro has named this unique pair of chairs — Hard Candy. Each piece is coated in hard resin. Each chair is hand signed by the artist, Mauro Oliveira and dated 2012. Seat height is 14″; back height is 25 1/2″.

Price
contact dealer

Condition*
Excellent condition

Measurements
height: 25 1/2
second height: 14 in. (36 cm)
depth: 32 in. (81 cm)
width/length: 32 in. (81 cm)

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Materials/Techniques: Fiberglass, vinyl and resin
Creator: By Mauro Oliveira

Photography
provided by 1stdibs

Location
Pegaso Gallery Design
6812 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA, 90038
Phone: 323-456-4452
E-Mail: pegasogi@yahoo.com

Ref.: 12061881881658

 

 

 

Good Design is Timeless….

Frits Henningsen – Settee

 

Denmark
c. 1940
Light oak sofa upholstered in grainy cream colored leather with nail head trim, Denmark, circa 1940.

 

Price
contact dealer

 

Condition*
Very Good

 

Measurements
height: 39.75 in.
depth: 25.5 in.
width/length: 4 ft. 10 in.

 

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Materials/Techniques: Oak, Leather, nail heads
Creator: Frits Henningsen

 

Photography
provided by 1stdibs

 

Location
Almond Hartzog Gallery
111 Rhode Island Street
Suite 3
San Francisco, CA, 94103
Phone: +1.415.355.1200
E-Mail: Info@almondhartzog.com

 

Ref.: 1110139086260

 

 

Charles II Japanned Cabinet on Stand

Charles II Japanned Cabinet

Sublime statement piece for any interior....

A Rare Charles II Black & Gilt Japanned Cabinet With Original Gilding

Britain
CIRCA 1685
The arched crest surmounted above the two door cabinet decorated with pavilions and figures in a river landscape, opening to a fitted interior of ten variously sized drawers; raised on a stand having an elaborately carved apron incorporating foliate and floral motifs; raised on square baluster-form legs joined by X-form stretchers.

Condition*
Contact Showroom Directly

Measurements
height: 7 ft. 1 in.
depth: 21.5 in.
width/length: 41 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Creator: unknown

Photography
provided by Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd.

Affiliation
The Art and Antique Dealers League of America

Location
Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd.
836 Broadway
New York, NY, 10003
Phone: 212-477-0033
E-Mail: info@hydeparkantiques.com

Dealer Ref.: 8291-670
Ref. : U1011038545154

 

 

Pair of Double Level End Tables by Maison Jansen

Circa 1950 Elegant Pair of Double Level Mirrored End Tables / Side Tables in Solid Brass by Maison Jansen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maison Jansen (House of Jansen) was a Paris-based interior decoration office founded in 1880 by Dutch-born Jean-Henri Jansen and continuing in practice until 1989. Jansen is considered the first truly global design firm, serving clients in Europe, Latin America, North America and the Middle East by 1900.

Maison Jansen provided services to the royal families of Belgium, Iran, and Serbia; Elsie de Wolfe, the German Reichsbank during the period of National Socialism; and Lady Olive Baillie’s Leeds Castle in Kent, England.
The firm’s most published work was for the U.S. White House during the administration of John F. Kennedy.

The tables are of the highest design and manufacturing quality and feature an incised gallery, fluted legs and finial feet. It is possible to substitute stone or another material for tops, if desired. Sold as a Pair.

Measurements: height: 21 in./depth: 15 in./width/length: 23.5 in. Materials/Techniques: Solid Brass Frames

Photography provided by Thomas Gallery Ltd

Thomas Gallery Ltd
315 E 91st Street
New York, NY, 10128
Phone: 212-688-6100
E-Mail: info@tomthomasgallery.com

River Oaks Residence: Living Room.

February 29, 2012  |  Homes: Houston  |  , , , ,  |  No Comments  |  Share

“I think furnishings (the majority anyway), should be timeless, so I tend to lean toward traditionally appointed interiors; and furnishings should always be the best quality one can afford.” – DLM.