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Sale Date: September 13th, 2014


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Click For More Info 701. LeRoy Neiman, (American, 1921-2012), Swiss Race, color lithograph, signed and numbered in pencil, edition of 96 , 10" x 19.5" $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 702. Joseph Grippi, (American, 1924-2001), Abstract, acrylic screenprint, signed in pencil lower right, edition of 20 , 59" x 36.5" $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 703. Yaacov Agam, (Israeli, b. 1928), Beyond the Visible, silkscreen, signed lower right, edition of CCXXV , 24" x 20" $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 704. Yaacov Agam, (Israeli, b. 1928), Vertical Orchestration, silkscreen, signed lower right, edition of 54 , 24" x 6" $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 705. Yaacov Agam, (Israeli, b. 1928), Twin Vertical Orchestration, silkscreen, signed lower right, edition of 54 , 24" x 6" (each) $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 706. Victor Vasarely, (French/Hungarian, 1906-1997), Or Var, screenprint, signed in pencil lower right, edition of 250 , 35.5" x 27" $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 707. Robert Lostutter, (American, b. 1939), Superb Sunbird, 1991, lithograph, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil,, edition of 20 , 13.75" x 18.75" $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 708. Robert Lostutter, (American, b. 1939), Superb Sunbird, 1991, color lithograph, signed, titled, numered and dated in pencil,, edition of 50 , 13.75" x 18.75" $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 709. Harold Krisel, (American, 1920-1995), Untitled, 1956, silkscreen, signed and dated in pencil , 13" x 19.75" $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 710. Harold Krisel, (American, 1920-1995), Silhouettes, 1964, silkscreen, signed, titled, and dated in pencil,, edition of 50 , 11.25" x 20" $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 711. Harold Krisel, (American, 1920-1995), Summer 4, 1959, silkscreen, signed, titled and dated in pencil, edition of 40, 12" x 21.25" $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 712. Corneille , (Dutch, 1922-2010), Un ete souverain, 1970, color lithograph, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil,, edition of 100 , 18" x 23" $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 713. Max Thorek, (American, 1880-1960), Apache, photogravure, 9.5" x 12.5" $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 714. Yoshishige Saito, (Japanese, 1904-2001), Beaupin L White, 1973, chemical resin baked on aluminum, signed lower left, edition of 50 , 28.5" x 23.5" $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 715. Yoshishige Saito, (Japanese, 1904-2001), Beaupin G Red, 1973, chemical resin baked on aluminum, signed lower left, edition of 100 , 28.5" x 23.5" Provenance: Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (label on verso) $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 716. Lucien Clergue, (French, b. 1934), Nude, gelatin silver print, signed on the mount , 7" x 9.25" $800 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 717. Tim Roda, (American, b. 1977), Untitled #1, 2004, photograph on fiber matt paper, signed, titled and dated on verso, edition of 7 , 22" x 32" Provenance: Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, Washington (label on verso) $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 718. Tim Roda, (American, b. 1977), Untitled, #63, 2005, black and white photograph on fiber matt paper, edition of 8 , 38" x 27" Provenance: Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, Washington (label on verso) $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 719. Melissa Pinney, (American, b. 1953), Untitled, gelatin silver print, 11" X 17" $800 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 720. Jerry Uelsmann, (American, b. 1934), Untitled (Owl Sculpture, Hieroglyph), gelatin silver print mounted, initialed and dated on the mount , 9" x 13.5" $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 721. Marcia Daehn Palazzolo, (American, 20th century), Baby Doll in a Bottle, gelatin silver print, stamped on verso , 7.25" x 7.25" $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 722. Myra Jo Schultz, (American, 20th century), Untitled, 1973, gelatin silver print mounted, signed and dated on the mount , 7.5" x 5.75" $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 723. * Adam Clark Vroman, (American, 1856-1914), Around Moki Towns, Chanting at Shrine, Flute Dance, vintage silver print, 5.75" x 7.75" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois, Provenance: Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc., Santa Fe, New Mexico, Acquired from the above by Robert E. Beck, August 11, 1995 $300 - $500 More Information
Click For More Info 724. * Ellis Prentice Cole, (American, 1862-1952), a group of 26 works, vintage silver prints, largest 10" x 8" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 725. * De Lancey W. Gill, (American, 1859-1940), Portrait of Indian Man with Beaten Tin Breastplate, gelatin silver print, stamped lower left , 8" x 6" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois, Provenance: Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc., Santa Fe, New Mexico, Acquired from the above by Robert E. Beck, August 11, 1995 $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 726. * Will Soule, (American, 1836-1908), Santanta - Daughter, c. 1870, albumen print, 3.5" x 2.5" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois, Provenance: Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc., Santa Fe, New Mexico, Acquired from the above by Robert E. Beck, September 4, 1992 $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 727. * Julia Tuell, (American, 1886-1960), In Line for the Fair, The Buffalo Skull at Close Range, (a pair), gelatin silver print, each signed , 3" x 3" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois, Provenance: Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc., Santa Fe, New Mexico, Acquired from the above by Robert E. Beck, August 5, 2003 $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 728. * D.F. Barry, (American, 1854-1934), Hiawatha, gelatin silver print, 7" x 9" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois, Provenance: Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc., Santa Fe, New Mexico, Acquired from the above by Robert E. Beck, August 2, 1993 $800 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 729. * Edward Kemp, (American, 19th/20th century), A group of three prints, together with a work by an Unknown Artist, vintage silver print, 7.5" x 9.5" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois, $50 - $100 More Information
Click For More Info 730. * William Henry Jackson, (American, 1843-1942), 2639. Dance in the Pueblo San Juan, toghether with an unknown photograph (a pair), albumen print, 4" x 6.75" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois, Provenance: Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc., Santa Fe, New Mexico $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 731. * Lehnhert & Landrock, (19th/20th century), Nude in Oriental Dress, together with twenty-two, images of early erotica, gravure, 15" x 10.75" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 732. * R.M. Davis, J.E. Irwin, Trager & Kuhn, E.B. Snell, Two Indians with Drum, Ap-pe-ah-tone Chief, of Kiowas with Favorite Squaw, Chief Hollow, Wood, Red Wolf, cheyenne Indian Chief, (group of four), albumen cabinet cards, largest 7.75" x 4.5" Property from the Estate of Robert E. Beck, Murphysboro, Illinois, Provenance: Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc., Santa Fe, New Mexico $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 733. Edward Sheriff Curtis, (American, 1868-1952), Waiting in the Forest, Cheyenne, The North American Indian,, Plate 218, 1910, photogravure, printed title, date, plate number and letterpress credit in the margin , 15.5" x 10.75" $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 734. Neal Small "Slopes" mirror, by Neal Small Design Studio, c. 1970, faceted form of mirror glass panels set at varying angles, black painted wood frame, original finish, 56.75"w x 4"d x 32.5"h $2,000 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 735. Paul Evans coffee table, by Paul Evans Studio for Directional, 1968, welded and patinated steel base supports the original round glass top, signed "PE 68", original finish, 36"dia x 15.5"h $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 736. Barbro Nilsson carpet for Marta Maas-Fjetterstrom, Sweden, wool, geometric purple and green designs on a natural field, eight-point stars and triangles, tassels, signed with woven "BN", 73" x 71" $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 737. Arne Jacobsen AJ flatware, by A. Michelsen, Denmark, c. 1957, stainless steel, complete 7-piece service for 12 (salad or dessert fork, dinner fork, knife, butter knife, table spoon, tea spoon and soup spoon), along with 2 serving utensils, (the soup spoons consist of 10 right-handed soup spoons and 2 left-handed soup spoons), 86 pieces total, stamped mark to each piece "A. Michelsen Stainless Denmark" $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 738. Nanna Ditzel desk, by Soren Willadsen, Denmark, c. 1960, teak, rectangular top with three drawers over teak legs with a wishbone-shaped support under the top, refinished, 57.25"w x 29.75"d x 28.25"h $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 739. Finn Juhl lounge chair, model NV-45, by Niels Vodder, Denmark, c. 1960, teak, original green wool upholstery, signed with branded mark to frame "Cabinetmaker Niels Vodder Copenhagen Denmark Design: Finn Juhl", original finish, 27.5"w x 28.5"d x 33"h, reupholstering and foam needed This example was consigned to us by the original owner, who purchased it new around 1960. It is in original condition, with no restoration. $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 740. Peter Hvidt & Orla Nielsen gate-leg dining table, by France and Sons, Denmark, teak, drop-leaf form with rectangular supports, brass hardware, legs swing out to support the leaves, signed with France and Sons and John Stuart medallions, original finish, 64"w x 17.5"d x 28.5"h, open: 64"w x 56"d $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 741. Pierre Jeanneret stools, two, France/India, c. 1965, teak, from Punjab University, Chandigarh, India, angled legs connected by a sculptural footrest stretcher support a round seat, refinished, 20.75"w x 26.5"h, seats are 15" dia Literature: Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret: The Indian Adventure, Design-Art-Architecture, Touchaleaume and Moreau, pg. 560 $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 742. Pierre Jeanneret dining or work table, France/India, 1960s, from the Chandigarh Administrative Buildings, India, teak, rectangular top over angled legs, notched apron supports, refinished, 59"w x 35"d x 31"h Literature: Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret: The Indian Adventure, Design-Art-Architecture, Touchaleaume and Moreau. $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 743. Pierre Jeanneret lounge chairs, pair, France/India, c. 1955, teak frames with caned seats and backrests, from the Chandigarh administrative buildings, Chandigarh, India, removable upholstered cushions, refinished, 21.5"w x 25"d x 28"h, seat height at front: 15.5" Literature: Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret: The Indian Adventure, Design-Art-Architecture, Touchaleaume and Moreau, pg. 563 $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 744. Otto Prutscher goblet, by Meyr's Neffe, Vienna, Austria, linked chain stem of blue and clear glass supports a geometrically cut bowl of cobalt blue and transparent glass, transparent glass base, 3.25"dia x 8.25"h, mint $2,500 - $3,500 More Information
Click For More Info 745. Pierre Jeanneret Library chairs, four, France/India, c. 1959, teak frames with caned seats and backrests, from the Central Library of Punjab University, Chandigarh, India, removable upholstered cushions, refinished, 18.5"w x 19"d x 29.75"h Literature: Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret: The Indian Adventure, Design-Art-Architecture, Touchaleaume and Moreau, pg. 569 $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 746. Pierre Chareau Potence wall sconce, 1990s production of the 1920s design, produced by Edition Modern, suspended shade with two alabaster plates adjusts forward and backward in a metal frame, 13.5"w x 12"d x 12"h $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 747. Pierre Chareau Grande Mouche wall sconce, 1990s production of the 1920s design, produced by Edition Modern, six alabaster plates mounted on a black metal frame with central divider, original finish, 9"w x 12"d x 22.5"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 748. Pierre Jeanneret desk, France/India, c. 1957, teak, from the Chandigarh Administrative Buildings, India, rectangular top, one drawer over an open compartment, one flared leg, back side with storage compartments, top with an inset black leather writing surface, leather replaced, 48"w x 32"d x 28"h Literature: Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret: The Indian Adventure, Design-Art-Architecture, Touchaleaume and Moreau, pg. 200-201, 572-573 $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 749. Pierre Jeanneret armchairs, four, France/India, c. 1955, teak frames with caned seats and backrests, from the Himalayan Student Residence, Chandigarh, India, with removable upholstered cushions, refinished, 20"w x 20"d x 32"h Literature: Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret: The Indian Adventure, Design-Art-Architecture, Touchaleaume and Moreau, pg. 562-563 $4,000 - $6,000 More Information
Click For More Info 750. Art Smith necklace and pendant, three clustered ovals with inset quartz and agate, hanging from a handmade sterling silver chain, unsigned, pendant: 1.5"w x 1.5"h, chain: 26"l $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 751. Art Smith ring, sterling silver with inset hanging beads, signed, ring size 5.5, 1"w $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 752. Art Smith ring, sterling silver and amethyst, signed, ring size 6.75, 1.5"w $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 753. Art Smith pin/pendant, cast brass, round form with raised geometric designs, unsigned, 2.5"dia $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 754. Rare Art Smith cuff bracelet, brass "Icicle" form, signed, 2.5"w x 3.5"l $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 755. Art Smith pin, sterling silver form with an inset opal stone, signed, marked STERLING, 2"w $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 756. Art Smith cuff bracelet, copper form with highlighted black oxidation, cut-outs and an applied caterpiller-like accent, signed, 3"w $700 - $900 More Information
Click For More Info 757. Art Smith pair of earrings, hoop form in sterling silver, signed, post-style, 2"w $350 - $550 More Information
Click For More Info 758. Art Smith pin, sterling silver looping form with applied balls, signed, 2.5"w $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 759. Art Smith pair of earrings, sterling silver crescent shape with ball, signed, screw-back style, 2"w x 2.5"l $450 - $550 More Information
Click For More Info 760. Art Smith pair of earrings, leaf shape in brass with oxidation, signed, screw-back style, 1"w x 2"l $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 761. Art Smith pair of earrings, brass forms with bars and balls, unsigned, hook-style, 1.5"w x 2"l $350 - $550 More Information
Click For More Info 762. Art Smith hair comb, figure-shape in sterling silver, signed, 2"w x 6"l $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 763. Art Smith pair of earrings, "paper clips" form in sterling silver, signed, screw-back style, 1"w x 3"l $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 764. George Nelson Thin Edge jewelry cabinet, by Herman Miller, 1960s, teak case with nine drawers with rosewood fronts and the original white porcelain knobs, top drawer with dividers, white enameled aluminum base, cabinet is finished on all sides, signed with round metal Herman Miller tag, original finish to all parts, case is 11.5"w x 13"d x 23"h, overall height is 23"h This example is from the estate of a former Herman Miller employee and is in fine original condition. $10,000 - $15,000 More Information
Click For More Info 765. George Nelson Thin Edge jewelry cabinet, by Herman Miller, 1960s, teak case with six drawers with rosewood fronts and the original white porcelain knobs, top drawer with dividers, white laminate top, four brass legs, cabinet is finished on all sides, original finish to all parts, signed with round metal Herman Miller tag, 30.25"w x 13"d x 8.75"h This example is from the estate of a former Herman Miller employee and is in fine original condition. $6,000 - $8,000 More Information
Click For More Info 766. Charles & Ray Eames Time-Life stool, by Herman Miller, c. 1960, turned walnut, original finish, 13"dia x 15"h From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 767. George Nelson Thin Edge cabinet, by Herman Miller, c. 1960, teak, four drawers with polished aluminum pulls and legs, dividers in two drawers, original finish, 34"w x 18.5"d x 28.5"h From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $1,500 - $2,000 More Information
Click For More Info 768. George Nelson platform bench, by Herman Miller, 1960s, birch top, ebonized wood legs, original finish, 48"w x 18.5"d x 14"h From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 769. George Nelson platform bench, by Herman Miller, 1960s, birch top, ebonized wood legs, original finish, signed with round metal Herman Miller tag, 72"w x 18.5"d x 14"h From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 770. George Nelson Thin Edge cabinets, pair, by Herman Miller, c. 1960, teak, each with four drawers with polished aluminum pulls, center vanity with lift-top, mirror and internal light, original finish, cabinet at right signed with round metal tag, as shown: 88"w x 18.5"d x 28.5"h From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 771. Charles & Ray Eames Time-Life stool, by Herman Miller, c. 1960, turned walnut, original finish, 13"dia x 15"h From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 772. Charles & Ray Eames 670.671 lounge chair and ottoman, by Herman Miller, c. 1960, molded rosewood plywood shells with black leather down-filled cushions, black enameled and polished aluminum bases, original leather, original finish, chair: 34"w x 32"d x 32.5"h, ottoman: 26"w x 22"d x 17"h From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. This rosewood of this example features a dramatic and distinctive grain pattern. $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 773. George Nelson CSS wall unit, by Herman Miller, 1960s, walnut, four bays with extensive shelving and cabinetry, two uncommon lamps with white acrylic shades and stainless steel arms, drop-down cabinet with slide-out shelf for a turntable or printer and vertical slots for LP storage, two additional poles included but not shown, original curved metal pulls to all cabinets, some pulls stamped with Herman Miller mark, original finish, as shown: 129.25"w x 20"d x 87"h From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $5,000 - $7,000 More Information
Click For More Info 774. Charles & Ray Eames DKR-2 ("Eiffel Tower") dining chairs, six, by Herman Miller, c. 1960, black wire seats and bases with the original colorful vinyl Bikini pads, one white,one mustard, one black, one yellow, one turquoise and one red, all have their original white nylon glides, 19"w x 20"d x 31.5"h rom the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 775. George Nelson CSS wall unit, by Herman Miller, 1960s, walnut, three bays with shelving and one desk cabinet, one black enameled metal light, padded lift-up headboard with the original white vinyl upholstery reveals storage, drop-front desk conceals two small drawers with the original porcelain knobs, original curved pull to cabinet with stamped Herman Miller mark, original finish, as shown: 105"w x 15.5"d x 87"h From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $2,000 - $3,000 More Information
Click For More Info 776. George Nelson Coconut ottoman, by Herman Miller, c. 1960, padded seat with the original white vinyl upholstery, polished steel legs, 23.5"w x 19"d x 16"h, small hole to upholstery From the estate of a former Herman Miller employee. $800 - $1,000 More Information
Click For More Info 777. Important Glen Lukens bowl, large footed form covered in an unusual green and ivory matte glaze, signed, 13"w x 5"h, from the estate of artist and art critic Arthur Miller $3,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 778. Harrison McIntosh charger, broad shape covered in a brown, ivory and black matt glaze with an organic design at center, signed, partial paper label, 15"dia x 2.5"h $1,500 - $2,500 More Information
Click For More Info 779. Toshiko Takezu Rattle, large bulbous form with horizontal ribs, painted abstract designs in brown on a cream-colored ground, signed, 5.5"w x 8"h $350 - $550 More Information
Click For More Info 780. Gertrude and Otto Natzler bowl, delicate red clay, covered in a gray and blue glaze, signed, 4.25"w x 2"h $800 - $1,100 More Information
Click For More Info 781. Antonio Prieto vase, large bulbous shape with incised linear designs under a brown matt glaze with gray stripes, signed, 8.5"w x 11"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 782. Rohrstrand vase, designed by Gunnar Nylund, swollen cylindrical shape, covered in a mottled brown matte glaze, marked, artist initials, 3.5"w x 7"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 783. Rohrstrand vase, designed by Carl Stalhane, unusual shape, covered in a mottled brown matte glaze, marked, artist initials, 5"w x 9"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 784. Rohrstrand vase, designed by Gunnar Nylund, shouldered shape, covered in a mottled brown matte glaze, marked, artist initials, 3"w x 6.5"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 785. Nice Charles Counts vase, bulbous form in a mottled brown matt glaze with four incised faces and a turquoise glaze to interior rim, signed, 8.5"h $250 - $350 More Information
Click For More Info 786. Laura Andreson vase, painted geometric design, signed, 3"w x 3.5"h $500 - $700 More Information
Click For More Info 787. Saxbo vase, designed by Eva Staehr Nielsen, bulbous shape, mottled green and brown glaze, marked, artist initials, 4.5"w x 5"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 788. Saxbo vase, designed by Eva Staehr Nielsen, bulbous shape, mottled green and gray glaze, marked, artist initials, 3.5"w x 4"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 789. Saxbo vase, designed by Eva Staehr Nielsen, shouldered shape, covered in a cream-colored glaze, marked, 3"w x 5"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 790. Saxbo vase, large shape with an impressed pattern, covered in a tan matte glaze, marked, 4"w x 5.5"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 791. Paul McCobb stools, pair, by Directional, square tubular brass-plated frames with X-shaped cross stretchers, original off-white vinyl upholstery, each with a Directional label, original finish, all feet intact, 20"w x 20"d x 15"h, some bends to frames $1,000 - $1,500 More Information
Click For More Info 792. Limburg Glasshute chandelier, 1970s, Germany, clear glass globe suspended by chains, chrome fittings, signed with Limburg label, extra chain links included, 15"dia x 26"h $200 - $300 More Information
Click For More Info 793. Cedric Hartman floor lamps, pair, USA, brass forms with adjustable arms and original glass ball switch knobs, height adjusts and shade swivels, interior of shade has a mirrored reflector, each fully signed and numbered 960032 on base, 11"w x 13"d x 36"h $4,000 - $5,000 More Information
Click For More Info 794. Paul Evans Cityscape bar or display cabinet, by Paul Evans Studio for Directional, 1970s, burl wood, lower cabinet with two bi-fold doors and two interior shelves, upper cabinet with a lighted open bar or display area finished with vertical chromed steel panels and two upper doors, black finish to interior, platform base, as shown: 52.5"d x 20.25"d x 90.5"h, refinished, a few veneer chips $3,000 - $4,000 More Information
Click For More Info 795. Mid-century occasional chairs, pair, style of Jens Risom, subtle V-backs are mimicked by the apron of the wood frame under the seat, piping to edges and down center of backrest, reupholstered in off-white velvet, refinished, 26.5"w x 24"d x 39"h $600 - $800 More Information
Click For More Info 796. Paul Evans Cityscape table lamp, by Directional, attribution, patchwork of chrome and brass squares, tiered disk finial, base: 7"sq x 18"h, shade not included $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 797. Mastercraft benches pair, brass-plated metal frames with the original black vinyl upholstery with embroidered fleur de lis design, 23"w x 17"d x 18"h, damage to fabric $400 - $600 More Information
Click For More Info 798. Tommi Parzinger covered box, by Dorlyn Silversmiths, USA brass, round form with four small feet, lid with decorative handle, signed with impressed mark, 7.5"dia x 3.5"h $100 - $200 More Information
Click For More Info 799. Milo Baughman style sofa, even-arm form with sides, back and legs covered in burled wood veneer, off-white upholstery, original finish, unsigned, 84"w x 34"d x 26"h $900 - $1,200 More Information
Click For More Info 800. Charles & Ray Eames DCW chair, by Evans Products, ebonized molded plywood seat, back and legs, original shock mounts, oval mount to backrest, signed with Evans Products Los Angeles label, original finish, 19.5"w x 22"d x 29"h $1,000 - $1,500 More Information


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