Antique Furniture

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Art Deco Bar in mixed exotic woods c.1925. This is a fabulous piece which is bound to make you start drinking again.   


Set of 5 Inlaid Art Deco Wlnt Decending Trays

Set of 5 Art Deco walnut decending trays with decorated inlaid butterflies.    


Fabulous American Art Deco Console c. 1920

Fabulous American Art Deco console made from mixed exotic woods c. 1920 Pair Available   


Fabulous Pair of Art Deco Side Tables

Fabulous pair of Art Deco Side tables c. 1920 $1950 EA   


Wonderful Pr Rosewood Art Deco Nightstands

Wonderful pair of Rosewood Art Deco nightstands.    


Fabulous 1920s Art Deco Filing Cabinet.

Fabulous 1920s Art Deco filing cabinet with two drawer filing system.   


Pair of Art Deco Night Stands

Pair of night stands. Art Deco, possibly of Hawaiian Koa wood. One drawer and bottom cabinet with shelf. 20-1/2" height, 20-1/2" width, 13-1/2" depth.   


20.185 Art Deco two tier walnut table

Two tier walnut Art Deco table. Unusual shape and very useful in a contemporary or Deco setting.   



24" with shade, lamp, 14x12x3.5" Famous horn lamp by designer Karl Springer. Karl Springer (1930 1991)German born, French educated New York City based Springer is known for his lavish interpretations of Art Deco lines and the use of exotic skins and materials. His style encompassed the gamut from French Art Deco, to Asian and African motifs. His proficiency in materials is second only to his prolific designs, often customized for each client. Karl Springer is synonymous with quality, encouraging his workshop to strive for excellence rather than quick turnaround. His designs were executed in wood, metal, lacquer and lucite, with many of his most recognizable pieces covered in leather, parchment, shagreen, horn or reptile skins. The outstanding quality of his furniture has lead to a strong secondary resale market for Springers designs with all major auction houses and 20th century dealers now offering his work.   


Pr Biedermeier Armchairs w/Blue Upholstry

Rare pair of Biedermeier armchairs with blue upholstry. Biedermeier furniture was made in the first half of the 19th century, between the years 1815-1848. Biedermeier furniture continues to be highly desired for its timeless simplicity and elegance of form and its influence can be seen in much of 20th Century design, from high Art Deco to current Post-Modernism.   


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