Hanging Fixture by Carlo Nason for Mazzega. Consisting of three blown glass shades one inside the other. The largest shade is approximately 19 inches in diameter. Each shade is inserted into a steel frame. All covered by a chromed steel cover. There is one socket which accomadates a maximum of 100 Watts. The opaline glass [...]
Pair of Period Milanese Style armchairs and foot stools. These have been completely re-built and newly re-upholstered Fabric is in Rigoletto Cotton Velvet by Kerry Joyce Textiles. The color is Sangria. There are other pieces of this set of furniture independently listed Measurements are below. Each Measures 28.5″L x19″D x30.5″H seat height is 17″ [...]
Late 1950’s to 1960’s Milanese Style sofa. There are a matching pair of chairs and a small oval marble topped table all listed independently. These pieces are completely rebuilt and reupholstered in Rigoletto Cotton Velvet by Kerry Joyce Textiles. Sofa measures 60″L x 20″D x H. 30″ seat height is 17″ Chairs Measure 28.5″L x19″D [...]
ito Agnoli for Bonacina Rattan Bed with Steel Springs. Fitted with a custom made mattress, by the Charles Beckley Company. The mattress is covered in Indigo dyed fabric with with 10 Hand Painted Indigo Pillows By D-Bali. D-Bali specializes in hand printed and painted indigo fabrics. They produce home goods and clothing items. Hand painted [...]
Etched, gilded and silvered glass framed mirror. These mirrors are first etched, then gilded and finally silvered. The process of etching with a metal wheel was so intensive that each mirror took hundreds of hours. The process heated the wheel to the point that the glass could crack. The company took out a patent on [...]
Max Ingrand Hanging light for Fontana Arte Model 2211 Cylindrical screen of satin white glass diffuser, within a gray cut glass body. Blackened brass finish, cord hung This example retains its original finish and is in perfect condition. It has been rewired.
This Chestnut and Leather Arm Chair made in the 20’s is a Sardinian classic folk art design. Both in the materials used and the multiple art motifs it follows traditional chair making found for centuries in Sardinia. It’s bold Pavone (peacock) arm supports with scrolling tail feathers, floral rosette and various chip carved motifs are [...]
Pair of charming hearts decorated salt-glazed stoneware vases by Galileo Chini. Galileo Chini (Firenze, 1873-1956) One of the most important european artists of the art nouveau period. A prominent member of the Italian Liberty Style, Chini taught at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence. SIgned : Mugello #2011, Fornaci di San Lorenzo.
Fasce Vericale ceiling lamp model #4038 Venini Cataogue, c. 1955 beige on white. Venini Light 1921-1985 Marino Barovier and Carla Sonego Skira Published for the Exhibition at Le Stanze del Vetro Isola del San Giorgio Maggiore Venezia 2022 Pages 259, 260, 261
A Cane Pendant lamp, model #4034, from a design by Massimo Vignelli for Venini, c. 1955. Internally decorated glass. Remnant of original Venini paper label affixed. C. 1955 Shown in Exhibition Catalog Venini Light 1921-1985 Marino Barovier and Carla Sonego Skira Published for the Exhibition at Le Stanze del Vetro Isola del San Giorgio Maggiore [...]
Pair of Massimo Vignelli hanging pendants. Model #4040 with affixed original stickers marked 9132. Italy, C. 1955 Provenance. Venini Light 1921-1985, Barovier and Sonego, pg. 259-261, 502 Repertorio 1950-1980, Gramigna, pg. 105 Murano: Glass from the Olnick Spanu Collection, Olnick and Spanu, fig. 139 Paolo Venini and his Furnace, Barovier and Sonego, pg. 481 illustrates [...]
These witty little “Celestina” chairs are perfect for where space is at a premium. The leather seat and back strips attach to the frame with beautifully patinated brass brads C. 1950 Italy Black Lether, Brass Brads and Patinated Steel Patina typical found on leather and metal from the 1960’s
“Borussia Glas” Probobly by Carl Schappel, this vase is of the Haida school and made by Joh. Oertel & Co. around 1912. Colorless glass, overlaid with opaque white and black and then cut. Published in the magazine Die Kunst vol. 28 1912-1913. Similar vase also seen Glass 1905-1925 Neuwirth p. 268.
Clear Crystal Glass, Borussia-Glass, White enamel cameo glass, black overlay, glass cutting. This covered sugar bowl was made by an as yet, anonymous artist for the Carl Schappel manufacture, model #6747 Haida, Novy Bor, Czechloslovakia. Could be a stunning ring and earrings jar. The bowl, a renowned model, is widely published. See page 192 The [...]
Mogens Lassen’s “Shoemaker’s Stool” produced by Danish K. Thomsen cabinet maker designed in 1942. Is carved of solid teak. One of the most iconic of Danish Modern Designs. This example is missing its paper label and has a small repair (visible on the front corner of the left side).
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