Pair of elephant tables or stools painted brown and white with inset orange marble details. These were owned by Iris's mother.
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.
Pair of 1960s plaster elephant side tables. Color
ranges from soft white to creamy bone. Nicely detailed with debossed Asian-inspired motifs and flowers. Some scratches, areas of discoloration, flea bite-sized chips. Each, 21.75"H x 12"W x 25"D; table top area, ...
Pair of figural elephant double-socket table lamps in
green jade on dark walnut square base with brass elephant finials. Lawrence Converso founded Converso in 1993, specializing in Mid-Century Modern American furniture and sculpture, with a focus on furniture by architects, ...
Pair of glazed blue and white ceramic elephant
tables.Born in England, Charlotte di Carcaci lives with her husband and three children, splitting their time among London, the English countryside, and the Greek island of Patmos in the Aegean Sea. The ...