Mid-Century Modern one-of-a-kind dresser manufactured by Johnson Furniture Company, retailed by John Stuart, NYC. Signed. Newly refinished in bone-white lacquer accented with custom agate pulls with brass hardware and 18K gold leaf finish.
Coffee table with reversible top by Hans Wegner for Johannes Hansen. Flip-top with solid teak side and black laminate inlay side, resting on solid oak base. Teak and oak both newly restored. Stamped "Johannes Hansen." Minor scuffs on laminate.
Pair of Art Deco table lamps with wrought iron and gilded design. Attributed to Gilbert Poillerat. The lamps appear to have been originally designed as candleholders and later made into lamps. Age wear. Each takes a 75-watt standard bulb; original wiring.
Description: Early-20th-century Georgian-style solid mahogany drop-leaf coffee table with hand-rubbed lacquer finish by Beacon Hill. Beacon Hill was an early-20th-century Boston-based maker of luxury furniture goods using only the finest materials and craftsmanship. Top closed, 22"L.
Description: Designed by us and available only at One Kings Lane: Sleek and timeless with a touch of natural contrast, this Ming-style coffee table pairs a gleaming brass-finished frame and an expressive gray-and-white marble top.