At Harris Kratz, 20th-century style transcends the idea of period. Partners Jay Harris and Paul Kratz are perpetually on the lookout for unique furniture and accessories, vintage or antique, that work in today’s rooms for the way people live now. Based in Manhattan’s New York Design Center, they cater to a host of top designers and collectors seeking vintage style for cutting-edge interiors.
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 ...
Rectangular wall mirror with a gray and gold
wood frame. Trimmed with a fabric and distressed walnut border showing layers of coral paint along with the natural wood. An inner border and the frame are lacquered in gray. Wired and ...