Richly carved antique side chair frame with painted and gilt details. Plaster patches suggest it is in the process of restoration. Seat, 17.75"H.
Iris Apfel has always lived life to the fullest, and at an age when most people would be long retired, she's a nonstop style icon whose unique fashion sense has been celebrated in a show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She and her husband Carl opened Old World Weavers in 1950 and ran it until 1992. Between design projects, Iris has traveled the world, tirelessly collecting. She's opened her warehouse for the first time for One Kings Lane.
Antique French side chair with hand-carved floral apex
crest on the backrest and red striped upholstered seat and backrest with brass tack accents. No maker's mark. Seat, 17.5"H. Some surface wear to frame, crack on backrest frame on back.
Late-19th-century pair of fireside or butterfly side chairs
in original velvet fabric. Frames are hand-carved mahogany with ivy and vine and acanthus leaf motif. Each has a large tufted center appliqué of a pair of pheasants. Original springs, moss and ...
Set of six Louis XV-style chairs with carved
wood frames featuring giltwood accents, and black Naugahyde upholstery finished with double piping. Includes two armchairs and four side chairs. Unmarked. Armchairs, 24"L 23.5"W x 42"H; seats, 19"; arms, 27.5"H. One side ...