Friday Finds!

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An impressive pair of large Holophane glass sphere ball lights. This historic company made car and street lights until the mid 1980s.  Hanging height can be regulated. They have been rewired and are ready to hang.

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 Two iconic chairs and an ottoman with steel wire base by Warren Platner for Knoll International. 1970s. Original upholstery. Need to be recovered (can be arranged).

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 Two first edition LCW chairs in plywood by Charles Eames with the original EVANS PRODUCTS COMPANY plaque under the seat (see image below).  1948. A pair of these chairs were sold at Sotheby’s New York on 6 March this year for $9,700.

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A Pixélissée armchair in wood and felt from the Witness Felt Collection by Jurgen Bey, The Netherlands 2008. It is a limited edition of 8 examples.

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An extendable wall lamp in varnished metal, brass, laquered aluminium and perspex by Gino Sarfatti for Arteluce, 1958.

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Two armchairs 803 by Gio Ponti for CASSINA. 1954. Wooden structure and feet. Vipla and green velvet upholstery. Tree in the Moon Light standing lamp by Michael Anastassiades. 2010.

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