True estate sale of entire contents. Many rooms of signed midcentury furniture and accessories with many hard to find and very desirable pieces. Traditionally styled furnishings and antiques as well.
Scandinavian furniture includes a wonderful sofa (no need for re-upholstery), an extremely unusual recliner, H. W. Klein for Bramin upholstered chair, Askel Kjersgaard chest on stand and wall mounted vanity and mirror, A. W. Iverson small chest, pair of very hard to fine Garte Jalk armchairs, Paul McCobb Planner Group desk and Gunnar Nielsen for Tibergaard desk. Moller dining table and chairs (possibly Farstrup) and two sideboards/buffets. Bookcase/wall unit/display cabinet. Nesting tables and two Trioh coffee tables. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb dresser. Two Martz lamps. Small Denmark Berber rug.
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Pottery Barn white bedroom set, Ekornes chair and ottoman, contemporary sofa in neutral fabric and several antique occasional tables and chests. Freestanding jewelry chest. Hekman side table. Extensive wrought iron patio furniture. Futon.
Art includes works by Elton Bennett, Eugene Berman, Boris Cenic, Richard Gorman, John Mancini and Carol Weston. Large set of International Royal Danish sterling flatware as well as collection of 19th c. silver spoons. Antique cylinder music box. Antique dolls. Santa Clara pottery vases.
Dish sets, bric-a-brac and practical items. Books and CDs. Very full kitchen. Christmas decorations. Garage, basement and shed.