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COUNTRY WILLOW New Rustic Style Credenza Well made
Well made, sturdy, stained Wood and Iron Credenza from Country Willow, features double door center cabinet and two single door end cabinets with removable interior shelves. Could be made from reclaimed wood. Measures 78 inches long, 19 inches wide and 19 1/2 inches deep. Would also easily function as a media stand. Has approx 1 inch misalignment on right front side with missing small piece of wood between iron hardware bars. Industrial Media Credenza Country Farm DecorRead more
Ettore Sottsass Wardrobe on Wheels for Esprit, 1985
A spectacular and very rare wardrobe on wheels, designed by Ettore Sottsass in 1985 for the Esprit Headquarter in Düsseldorf. Beautiful as a freestanding piece in a loft or in a large hallway. Dark grey and black sparkled vintage painted wood in a good condition. With the original electrically operated aluminium rolldown shutter, which can be controlled with the foot switch or remote control. The interior features a clothes dowel and accessories or shoes cabinet. There are small fold-out mirrors on both sides. The body is supported by four breaking wheels. Measures: W 208 cm, H 205 cm, D 75 cm. The last picture shows the wardrobe in its original setting, the Esprit Showroom in Germany.Read more
Tito Iron Side Table
Sculptural side table in treated iron sheet by Sciortino. The metalwork is painted black, with a rough finish that lends the work an air of industrial. Measurements and finish may vary slightly due to the artistic nature of Sciortinos production.Read more
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An Empire mahogany and blackened wooden liqueur cellar - inlaid with
France - Empire - Mahogany on Oak and edges of ebony - Liqueur cellar circa 1800/1815.Miniature furniture - cylinder liqueur cellar with 4 gold plated vials and brass lines (fillets) with Directoire influence - restored.Bottles with Stoppers and gilded in very good condition not torn or chipped. 18.5 wide25 cm high18.5 cm deepProperly packaged and registered shippingRead more
A Red $ 2,500 purchase made in USA, 1979 material aquatint on paper size 40 ½ h x 40 ½ w in description Signed, titled and numbered to lower edge ’48/50 A Red R. Mangold’. This work is number 48 from the edition of 50 printed by Hidekatsu Takada and published by Crown Point Press, San Francisco. condition Rippling and buckling to the sheet, visible concentric arcs visible in the lower half of the sheet from recto/verso. Isolated spots of discoloration along perimeter. Diagonal surface scratch in the red pigment of the upper left square. There are impressions along the perimeter from contact with spacers in frame. The print is held in current frame by tension; framing should be updated. Glazed under glass; examined out of frame. inquire / make offer print tearsheet Read more
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