Art Moderne gentleman’s dresser by Donald Deskey. Four drawers with modernist bronze pulls. Stunningly rich mahogany tiger burl. c. 1930s $1475
48″ tall. 33″ wide. 18″ deep.
Pair of Venetian glass wall sconces by Karl Springer. Mirrored glass, nickeled metal, lucite, bronze. New York, c. 1970s $2350
16.5″ wide. 9″ tall. 8″ deep.
Gerald Thurston floor lamp for Lightolier. USA, c. 1957 $1800
53″ tall. 23″ wide. 12″ deep.
Incredible piece of modern folk art. Layer upon layer of solid pine, can be hung or free standing. Submitted by Wayne Paul Evans at the 1970 Waterloo Iowa Art Fair. Pine, enamel, formica; USA c. 1970 $1450
53.5″ tall. 19″ wide. 8″ deep.
Captivating nude abstract oil. I love the attack of the brush strokes on the canvas, and the limited palette only enhances that. Bold, but not too much, will go well in any modern interior. c1950s. Long Island origin. $800
30″ x 20″ unframed.
A primitive variety of the Persian textiles, the quaint colors and geometric design give Gabbeh rugs a very raw modernist feel. 100% hand knotted wool, at almost an inch in depth. c1970s. $865
47″ x 74″