Reform Gallery is an LA-based testament to Gerard O’Brien’s subjective and scholarly approach to design. With a focus on California Modernism and the artists and craftsmen of the movement, Reform Gallery houses an important collection of the best (and, all too often, unsung) designers of this influential era in design. The Landing, a new microgallery-within-a-gallery, showcases fine art from the same era. A collector of California Modern design elements for more than 20 years, O’Brien lives in LA with his wife and three children.
Pair of large 1950s Blanc de Chine cherry
tree urn lamps on rosewood bases with rice paper linings, base lights and original hand-painted white silk shades with salt quartz finials. Professionally restored and rewired with three-way switch to light bases ...
Walnut fin-de-siècle-style side table with square radius and
four curved uprights and platform. A pioneer of the idea of design showroom as boutique, Lorin Marsh was founded in 1975 by Caryn Schacht, Lorraine Schacht, and Sherry Mandell. Traveling the world ...
White glass table lamp with a gilded fleur-de-lis
pattern and raised glass dots on an ornate gilded metal base, circa 1950. The lamp form simulates an antique gas lantern. Measures 21"H to socket. Wired and working using a standard bulb ...