Launched in Los Angeles in 2003, Reform Gallery is a testament to Gerard O’Brien’s subjective and scholarly approach to design. With a focus on California Modernism and the artists/craftsmen of this movement, Reform Gallery provides an important showcase of the best (and, all too often, unsung) designers of this influential era in design.
Antique French Louis XVI-style dining table. Solid walnut
wood construction with its original walnut finish. Double beveled wooden top with carvings throughout the sides, and stretched legs of flowers, scrolls, leaves, and crest. Comes with three leaves that are 12"W ...
Mid-19th-century English Regency-style drop-leaf sofa table in the
original walnut finish. It has one drawer on the side, and two drop leaves on the sides, which extend into a longer and wider table. Finished with carved, fluted turned legs on ...
This clean-lined dining table offers minimalist design with
an assertive geometric stance. The solid maple table is designed to accentuate the angled base. The wood surfaces have a high-performance catalyzed top coat applied, which protects the piece from moisture and ...