Black steel dining table by Milo Baughman for Pacific Iron. Ready to go, but no glass. • SOLD
All original set that doesn't appear to have been used outdoors. Designed in the '40s, but these are probably from the '50s or early '60s. • $1200
Architect A. Quincy Jones at home in Bel Air. He designed and built his steel-framed home in 1954. It burned down, along with 483 others, in the 1961 Bel Air-Brentwood fire. I wonder who started it?
Rare second volume of Modern Furnishings for the Home. 368 pages of obscure reference that has never been reissued. Ex-libris bound hardback. No dust-jacket. • SOLD!
Danish Rya rug. A bold geometric pattern softened with subtly colored red, pink and purple wool. 77"x54" • $350
Antonio Vitali created handmade wooden toys at his workshop in Zurich, Switzerland, and designed toys for American company Creative Playthings. These 5 examples show his mastery of form and sensitive use of wood grain for body features. Unmarked. Largest over 8" long. • SOLD
A modern classic in red plastic. These have been re-issued, but this is a vintage one - unscrewed from the office wall of its original owner. Fully stamped. • $250
6" wide and 3/8" thick with a cork pad on the bottom. Ink stamped signature. I read somewhere that Victoria Littlejohn is a trucker now(!) • $55
An out-of-production classic. Beautiful curves in lacquered brass and cased-glass. New condition with original Louis Poulsen packaging. • SOLD
47 pieces of WMF 'Line' pattern flatware designed by Kurt Meyer in the late 1950s. A full service for six with serving utensils. Made of Cromargan 18/8 nickel-chrome stainless steel. • SOLD
Rare resin-impregnated plywood tray with textile design by Astrid Sampe. Made by Ary of Sweden. Underside retains full label. 19.5" x 8.5" • $160