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Sale Date:
Sept. 11, 2005
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Lot Numbers and Descriptions
851. Frederic Weinberg table lamp, 1950s, brass-plated metal frame with original parchment shade with biomorphic silkscreen decoration and artist’s signature, 16”h, excellent original condition 600-800
852. Frederic Weinberg table lamp, 1950s, black enameled metal frame with original double parchment shade with biomorphic silkscreen decoration and artist’s signature, 10.5”dia. x 17”h, excellent original condition 800-1000
853. George Nakashima Harvest bench, 1967, walnut free-form slab seat and backrail connected by hickory spindles, hand-signed “George Nakashima New Hope 1967,” 59.5”w x 20.5”d x 34”h, excellent condition 15,000-20,000
854. George Nakashima “New” chairs, set of four, by Nakashima Studio, 1966, walnut and hickory, each signed with client’s name, 18.75”w x 21.25”d x 36”h, excellent condition 10,000-12,000
855. George Nakashima Conoid dining table, 1965, black walnut top with free-form edge and two knot holes of approximately 3" in diameter each over a walnut trestle base, 72"w, x 36"d x 28.5"h, excellent condition 25,000-30,000
856. Michael and Frances Higgins Rondelay screen, c.1960, 45 round fused glass disks of various colorways, 48”w x 42”h, original spacers between strands missing, glass in excellent condition 3000-4000
857. George Nelson nightstands, pair, birch cabinets with black laminate tops over ebonized wood legs, each with one fixed shelf, original finish, 18”w x 18.5”d x 24”h, very good condition 800-1000
858. George Nelson Platform bench, by Herman Miller, solid birch top over ebonized wood legs, original finish, unmarked, 48.25”w x 18.5”d x 14.5”h, wear to top, very good condition 700-900
859. George Nelson side chair, by Herman Miller, model 4671, c.1947, aluminum rod frame with original Alexander Girard upholstery, 20”w x 22”d x 32”h, very good condition 600-800
860. Ray Eames Sea Things tray, by Waverly Products, molded plastic form with gold decoration, 20.5” x 13.75”, marked, excellent condition 500-600
861. Pierre Jeanneret Scissor chair, by Knoll, c.1950, birch frame with metal discs to sides, original finish, unmarked, seat straps replaced, reupholstered, 23”w x 29”d x 29”h, very good condition 1000-1500
862. George Nelson Platform bench, by Herman Miller, solid birch top over ebonized legs, original finish, unmarked, 68”w x 18.5”d x 14”h, excellent original condition 1200-1500
863. George Nelson Platform bench, by Herman Miller, solid birch top over ebonized legs, refinished, unmarked, 68”w x18.5”d x 14”h, very good condition 900-1200
864. Creative Playthings Hobby Horse, by Creative Playthings, Princeton, New Jersey, 1960s, molded birch plywood form with original red painted ball, original finish, signed with decal, 25”w x 12”d x 19”h, very good original condition 500-700
865. Florence Knoll sofa, by Knoll Associates, three-seat form with tufted blue wool upholstery over a walnut frame, 84”w x 29”d x 30.5”h, Knoll label, wear to upholstery, good condition 800-1100
866. Kazuhide Takahama “Suzanne” lounge chairs, pair, by Gavina, upholstered slab seat and back with rounded top and front over chrome-plated steel bases, original red wool upholstery, marked with Gavina label, 30”w x 34.5”d x 25”h, very good condition 800-1100
867. Sir Terence Conran “Speedmarque” napkin rings, set of 20, from the Air France/British Airways Concorde aircraft fleet that was discontinued in 2003, stainless steel with official Concorde logo cutout, each 1.5” x 1.75”, very good condition 400-500
868. Arteluce tripod floor lamp, attribution, made in Italy, brass column over a tripod base with three adjustable arms with original enameled metal shades in red, black, and white, shades light independently, unmarked, 61.25”h, very good original condition 2500-3500
869. Lauffer flatware, Germany, stainless steel, 58 pieces, set consists of 12 forks, 12 knives, 12 spoons, 9 salad forks, 11 soup spoons, and two butter knives, stamped “Lauffer Germany”, along with Fiskars large serving spoons, (not shown), pair, stainless steel, very good condition 400-600
870. Steelcase settee, 1960s, trim form over a polished steel frame, nicely reupholstered in black leather, 54.5”w x 30”d x 31”h, very good condition 1200-1500
871. Gino Sarfatti table lamp, for Knoll, made in Italy, 1950s, three enameled metal shades in gray, white and taupe on brass stems over a white enameled metal base, original finish, 12”dia. x 11”h, very good original condition 600-800
872. Mies van der Rohe Barcelona table, by Knoll, stainless steel “X” base with original 3/4” light green glass top, 40”w x 40”d x 15.75”h, excellent condition 700-900
873. Florence Knoll Parallel Bar chairs, pair, by Knoll, original gold wool fabric upholstery over stainless steel bases, 24”w x 29.5”d x 30”h, wear to upholstery, good condition 1200-1500
874. Florence Knoll cabinet, by Knoll, wood case with four drawers and one file drawer over steel legs with satin finish, original black marble top, finished on all sides, original finish, 37.5”w x 18”d x 25.5”h, excellent condition 1500-1800
875. Carl Aubock door handles, attribution, by Anton Koller, Austria, c.1960, solid brass, along with an original Anton Koller catalog featuring the lot on the front cover and dated 1960, 7.75”l, excellent condition 1200-1500
876. Carl Aubock bowl, rosewood, wide and narrow form with dark grain running the length of the bowl, original finish, stamped mark “Aubock”, 9.25”w x 2 1/8”d x 2.75”h, excellent condition 300-400
877. Swiss “Caruelle” side table, by Embru-Werke, Switzerland, designed in 1936, manufactured c.1940s, tubular steel frame supports two teak surfaces, multifunctional form adjustable in height and width, and with tiltable shelves, partial label, as shown (fully extended): 37”w x 16.5”d x 40”h, very good original condition 1200-1500
878. Gerrit Rietveld “Kinderstoel” child’s chair, by van de Groenekan, the Netherlands, spruce and leather, c.1960s production of the original 1915 design, stamped mark, 18”w x 16”d x 35”h, seat height 22”, very good condition
2500-3000
879. Gerrit Rietveld Crate chairs, pair, by van de Groenekan, the Netherlands, c.1960s, spruce wood with a washed finish, signed with stamped marks, original finish, 22.5”w x 29.5”d x 25”h, excellent condition 2500-3000
880. J.J.P. Oud (Dutch, 1890-1963) Piano lamp, by Gispen, the Netherlands, 1930s, striking brass form in the de Stijl style, 7.5”w x 11.5”d x 4.25”h”, very good condition 3000-3500
881. Rare Arne Jacobsen table clock, by Laur. Knudsen Nes, c.1940s, white bakelite case over a molded black bakelite base, signed with stamped marks “Laur. Knudsen” and stylized “LK” to face of dial, 5"h x 5"w, very good condition
700-900
882. Max Bill chiming table clock, by Junghans, lacquered wood case with brass dial, marked “Junghans” on face, 6.5”w x 2.75”d x 7”h, excellent condition 1000-1500
883. Gerrit Rietveld Crate table, by van de Groenekan, the Netherlands, c.1960s, spruce wood with a washed finish, signed with stamped mark, original finish, 24.75”w x 19.25”d x 18.5”h, very good condition 1000-1000
884. Piet Klaarhamer high chair, by Houtbedrijf Veldzicht, the Netherlands, later production of a 1918 design, birch with painted details, signed with stamped mark, 21”w x 25”d x 44.5”h, very good condition 1200-1500
885. Klaus Grabbe chaise, c.1948, New York, plywood form with original cotton webbing, original finish, 62.75”w x 21.75”d x 26.75”h, one strap fraying, otherwise very good original condition 1500-2000
886. Bruno Mathsson chaise lounge, by Karl Mathsson, Sweden, bentwood beech frame with woven sling seat, marked with paper label and stamped mark, original finish, straps replaced, 62.5”w x 20”d x 32”h, one strap missing, very good condition 1500-1800
887. Arne Jacobsen Ant chairs, by Fritz Hansen, molded rosewood seats over chrome-plated steel bases, marked, original finish ,16”w x 20”d x 30”h, excellent condition 600-800
888. Christian Dell floor lamp, by Kaiser-idell, white enameled metal tripod base supports a flexible and height-adjustable arm with a directional shade in nickel finish, adjusts from 44” to 66”, excellent condition 1200-1500
889. Good Jens Quistgaard desk, c.1960s, by Dansk, teak, unusual and highly functional form with hinged gallery to top which folds down to create a flat work surface, storage compartments to back (not shown), top refinished, marked Dansk, 64”w x 28.75”d x 34”h, work surface is 28.75”h, very good condition 2000-2500
890. Poul Kjaerholm PK-61 coffee table, by E. Kold Christensen, geometric steel base supports a thick glass top, impressed stamp to frame, 32.5”w x 32.5”d x 12.5”h, no chips, very good condition 2000-2500
891. Arne Jacobsen table, by Fritz Hansen, Denmark, polished aluminum six-point base with original nylon glides supports top finished in matt white lacquer, marked with Fritz Hansen label and Piet Hien stamp, 57”w x 57”d x 27.5”h, very good condition 1500-1800
892. Arne Jacobsen chairs, pair, by Fritz Hansen, c.1965, one-piece seats covered in original black vinyl upholstery, polished aluminum arms and five-point bases, adjustable height, marked with Fritz Hansen label, 24.5”w x 23.5”d x 33”h, very good condition 1000-1500
893. Bruce Burdick desk/table, by Herman Miller, large form with central rectangular glass top flanked by two glass sections with rounded ends, two letter trays (not shown) and one round drink/vase stand (not shown), original finish, as shown: 133”w x 35.5”d x 29.5”h, no damage or chips to glass, excellent condition 3500-4500
894. George Nelson Spool clock, no. 2239, by Howard Miller, 12 turned wood arms radiating from a brass center, original enameled metal hands, keywound version (key missing), stamped Howard Miller marks and impressed number “2239” to back, 23”dia., very good condition 1000-1500
895. George Nelson Associates clock, by Howard Miller, designed by Arthur Umanoff, rosewood face with aluminum hour markers and hands in an aluminum case, original finish, battery operated, unmarked, 13”dia., very good 400-600
896. Charles and Ray Eames 670/671 lounge chair and ottoman, by Herman Miller, molded rosewood plywood shell with black leather down- and foam-filled cushions over a black enameled and polished aluminum base, original finish, Herman Miller label to both, chair: 33”w x 32”d x 32.5”h, ottoman: 26”w x 22”d x 16”h, very good condition 2500-3000
897. George Nelson MAA (Swag-leg) chair, by Herman Miller, molded charcoal gray fiberglass seat and with stainless steel fittings and rubber mounts on bent tubular steel base, ball and socket construction allows back adjustment, paper label, 28”w x 21”d x 33.5”h, excellent condition 2000-2500
898. Isamu Noguchi occasional table, by Knoll Associates, laminated birch top with original white formica surface connected to a black enameled iron base by black rods, original finish, label, 23.75”dia. x 20”h, excellent condition
1000-1500
899. Charles and Ray Eames Time-Life stool, by Herman Miller, turned form in walnut, 13.25”dia. x 14.75”h, original finish, excellent condition 1200-1500
900. George Nelson style end tables/night stands, pair, custom-made in the style of Nelson’s Thin Edge series, rosewood cases with Herman Miller aluminum legs and porcelain pulls, each with one drawer, refinished, small chip to one pull, 29.5”w x 29.5”d x 17”h, very good condition 1500-1800
Sale Date:
Sept. 11, 2005