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Gem Tables by Debra Folz

Earlier today, I trash picked an authentic barrel chair designed by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates.

The upholstery on mine pretty ratty, but using 1stdibs as a metric, it could be worth as much as $3,900.  Looks like I have some work to do…

Rosewood Case Sofa by Milo Baughman for Thayer-Coggin

Atlas Table by Gunnar Rönsch & Stephen Molloy

Muriel Coleman Room Divider Shelving for Pacifica 1952

Rare and inventive shelving/room-divider by Coleman designed in 1952 is an iconic example of California design.

Coleman, a member of the Pacifica Group based in California, is the only designer to utilize re-bar; she does so here with the finesse of a minimalist sensitive to materials and their potential to organize a design concept.

See Nelson Casegoods published 1952. Also see Pacifica catalogs and various period issues of Interiors.

New furniture.

Earlier today, I made my annual pilgrimage to Mecca with a few of my disciples.  The angry and vengeful god I worship smiled upon me; I was graced with yet another Eames shell chair.  

Houseboat on the Eilbek Canal by Sprenger Von Der Lippe

"When America was America"

Børge Mogensen sofa

Finding an authentic one is quite difficult.  I may have to settle for a high quality replica…

(I had an opportunity to buy a pair of matching Mogensen loveseats for $800 two years ago. Yeah, I know, I should have bought them when I had the chance.)