Atelier Duval-Brasseur coffee table signed "Henri Fernandez." Grasshopper with light under the two agates covered by a clear glass top. Wired for U.S. and in working condition; 40W bulb. Grasshopper, 24"L x 20"W x 14"H.
Large Maison Jean Charles nickel-plated metal coffee table with four small square tables nested underneath. Clear glass tops. Sold in Drouot Paris Tajan on February 26, 2013. Small tables, 19" x 19" x 17"H. Minor wear.
Set of two Italian black leather armchairs with aluminum shells designed by Kunihide Oshinomi and manufactured by Matteo Grassi. Signed "Matteo Grassi" on side of seat cushions. Seats, 17.5"H. Minor age wear.
Pair of French Louis XVI-style chairs with walnut frames and medallion backs. Original light green velvet upholstery from Utrecht, Netherlands. Manufactured in Faubourg St Antoine, Paris, circa 1970. Minor age wear. Medallion backs, 20"H x 17"W. Seats, 17"H; 18"W.
Nickel-plated metal coffee table with smoked glass top manufactured by Guy Lefevre for Maison Jansen. Circa 1970. Photos of this table are shown in "Maisons et Jardins" from December 1972. Minor age wear.
Superb bronze set of 3 table by Maison Jansen. Clear and mirror top glassdimensions: 22 inches L. 16 inches D. 19 inches H, 18 inches L, 14 inches D. 16 inches H, 13.5, inches L, 13.5 inches D, 14 inches H
French Maison Jansen adjustable floor lamp, circa 1970. Height adjusts from 66"H to 78"H. Rewired for U.S. and in working condition; takes one 100W-max bulb. Shade not included. Harp included, 11"H. Original patina.
French brass chandelier by Maison Jansen, circa 1950. Eight lights on exterior and two interior lights up the frozen glass. Wired for U.S. and in working condition; 40W per bulb. Eight black paper shades included.
Chandelier with patinated brass and gunmetal finish designed by Jacques Adnet, circa 1950. Glass accents with clear Lucite square trim sections on all pieces just under the sockets. Glass rods surround the center post topped of the glass sphere finial at the top and the bottom of the fixtures. Paper shades. Wired for U.S. and in working condition. Takes five 75W-max bulbs. Age wear.
Superb floor lamp by Isabelle and Richard Faure for Maison Honore figuring a Agate wings butterfly on brass and bronze tree. Eight lights, four for the butterfly and four for the tree. Diameter base: 20 inches
1960s French black iron painted floor lamp in the style of Jacques Adnet. Wired and working to US standards; takes 100W bulb. Original shade included: 68.5"H with the shade, 62"H without, 16"W base. Shade: 15.5" base, 14.5" top, 10"H. Minor wear consistent with age.
Superb Maison Arlus chandelier with 4 oval original perplex shades Circa 1960s1 light per bulb 80 Watts max per bulb. Wired for US and in working condition.Glass shade dimensions : 12 inches L, 5 inches W & H