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.
Early-19th-century English walnut table with a knife-edged dovetailed
drawer on each side, carved details, and spindle-turned decorations. Heavy scrolling base below. No maker's mark. Some missing veneer and molding, gaps and shrinkage to tops, moderate wear.
Supported by four tapered legs with capped, golden
feet, this side table feels refined yet dynamic with its herringbone-patterned parquetry top, masterfully crafted of walnut and sycamore. Its versatile size makes it an easy addition to an entryway, study, or ...
This simple lamp table is sure to enhance
any setting. A walnut finish and a sturdy design ensure classic, durable style. It's crafted of mahogany, a hardwood prized for its strength and its fine grain.