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 vertical Asian-inspired mirror by James Mont. The
frame has a beautiful burnt orange lacquered finish and retains it's original smoked finish mirror. Minor crazing and cracks to the corner of the frame consistent with age but this does not ...
Brass and burled walnut mirror by Mastercraft, circa
1960. It features X-form squared brass bars at top of frame with a burled central medallion and brass ball finials on each corner. No maker's mark.
Arched mirror with pine frame in a dark
walnut finish. The rectangular mirror is below a fan-form top made up of overlapping wedges. Marked "Ethan Allen" on wood backing. Minimal age wear.