Steven Sclaroff, designer and vintage dealer, has been plying his craft and wares in NYC since 1999. His eponymous Tribeca shop is a perfect showcase for his eclectic style--unpretentious, willfully imperfect, comfortable, and just a little wry. "For this sale I put together a bunch of things I like-- from my store, props from shoots, and samples from product design. I like the mix of western and eastern, modern and traditional, and serious quality stuff and great pieces of junk."
Large octagonal mirror with deep moulded wood frame,
circa 1960. The 6" frame has an Italian-style antiqued gold-leaf finish over red bole. Wired to hang vertically, but could be used horizontally. No maker's mark. Several evenly scattered age spots under ...
Large Venetian-style mirror with angled reverse-etched mirror panel
frame, circa 1950. The mirror has chrome chevron corner brackets and is backed with ebonized solid wood. Ready to hang horizontally, but can be modified to hang vertically. Two small black age ...
Tall gilded metal mirror in an ornate triple
frame encompassing long mirror panels flanked by rows of small mirror mosaics. Each mirror panel is anchored to the frame by ornate rosettes. No maker's mark. Break to one mirrored piece.