#1. Vintage Mid-century Modern Brass Tone and Glass Three Tier Shelf Unit
c.1980 - $395
Four round brass sides connect with four brass shelves and glass tops. Perfect for your collections or nice in your bathroom.
Very good condition. Dealer 33
L=16.5 W=25.5 H=68.25
#2. Vintage Antique Walnut Two Door Entry Hall Cabinet
c.1940 - $145
Rectangular top, framed out. Two doors with carved panels. Rectangular base. Original brass pulls. One shelf inside. Perfect for your entry.
Very good condition. Dealer MJS
Dimensions: L=12.125 W=28 H=29.125
#3. Vintage Danish Modern Teak Cabinet/Bookcase
c.1970 - $350
2 piece with a bookcase top. All three rows of adjustable shelves. Sits on a sliding door base. Empty inside. Carved teak handles. Perfect for your living room or office.
Very good condition. Dealer 34
Dimensions: L=19 W=47.25 H=66.5
Depth of top shelf=11 5/8
#4. Vintage Antique French Hand-painted Curio Display Cabinet with Bronze Ormolu
c.1900 - $695
Curved glass door and sides. 2 curved glass shelves, mirrored back. velvet covered curved bottom shelf. Dark gold colored with hand painted scenes on front and sides. Narrow Ormolu trim around the glass, top and bottom. Large floral Ormolu trim on top and on front legs. Has key. Perfect for your collections.
Very good condition (Small chip on underside of curved glass shelf, not noticeable. Velvet covered shelf has spots). Dealer 18
Dimensions: L=27 W=14.5 H=55.25
#5. Vintage Mid-century Modern Leslie Diamond three drawer chest with hutch/bookcase top for Conant Ball, c.1950 - $895 for the two piece set
Solid Birch from the Modern Mates collection. Three drawer chest with three shelf bookcase/hutch top. Square, tapered, angled legs. Works perfectly with a matching corner desk. Make your WFH space work!
Very good condition - Dealer 18
Dimensions: L= 32” W= 18” H=72”
*The Conant Ball Furniture company was founded in the late 1800s in Gardner, Massachusetts, specializing in wooden Colonial furniture reproductions and cane seat chairs. Russel Wright designed some of their most popular items in the American Modern style and these pieces are considered rare and notable. The Conant Ball Furniture Company closed in 1980.
#6. Vintage Stickley arts and crafts oak storage cabinet, c1980 $2700
Two glass doors oak cabinet. Three adjustable shelves inside. Has four beautiful inlaid designs on the doors. Square legs, arched apron. Perfect for your living room or dining room. Very good condition. Dealer: 136
Dimensions: L= 55.5 W= 14 H= 55.75”
*Gustav Stickley (1858 – 1942) was an American furniture manufacturer, design leader, publisher, and a leading voice in the American Arts and Crafts movement. Stickley's design philosophy was a major influence on American Craftsman architecture. With his brothers Charles and Albert, Gustav formed Stickley Brothers & Company in 1883. Within five years, the company was dissolved and Stickley’s ambitions led him to partner with Elgin Simonds, a salesman in the furniture trade, to form the firm Stickley & Simonds in Binghamton, New York. During the 1890s, Stickley divided his efforts between his new enterprise and the Auburn State Prison. At the prison he and his brother Leopold served as a foremen of furniture operations. In 1898, he orchestrated the removal of his business partner and formed the Gustave Stickley Company (he dropped the use of the "e" from his first name in 1903). In the summer of 1900, he worked with Henry Wilkinson and, possibly, LaMont A. Warner (soon his first staff designer) to create his first Arts and Crafts works in an experimental line called the New Furniture. In 1901 he changed the name of his firm to the United Crafts, issued a new catalogue written by Syracuse University professor Irene Sargent, and began to offer middle class consumers a host of progressive furniture designs in ammonia-fumed quartersawn white oak, as well as other mostly native woods. By 1913, changing tastes and the financial strain of his new twelve-story Craftsman Building in Manhattan, conceived as a department store, began to take their toll; in 1915 he filed for bankruptcy, stopping publication of The Craftsman in December 1916 and selling Craftsman Farms in 1917. Although no longer held by the Stickley family, the successor firm to the L. & J.G. Stickley Company continues to operate in Manlius, New York, producing a variety of styles, including many original Gustav Stickley Arts and Crafts designs. The Company operates a museum, located in the original L & J. G. factory build. It features the work of the Stickley brothers and is located near its current factory site.
#7. Vintage Mid-century Modern maple and black laminate storage cabinet, c1970 $295
Tall cabinet with blonde maple trim. Gloss black laminate on doors and drawers. Matte black laminate on sides and surfaces. White backs. Two doors on top with open area inside. Open center with adjustable glass shelf. Three drawers on the bottom. Original brass pulls. Cutouts on top and center surfaces for cords. Perfect for your living room or dining room. Has matching bar cabinet. Made in Canada. Very good condition. Dealer: 18
Dimensions: L= 30 W= 19.5 H= 74”
#8. Vintage Mid-century Modern maple and black laminate bar/storage cabinet, c1970 $295
Tall cabinet with blonde maple trim. Gloss black laminate on doors, matte black laminate on sides and surfaces, (no worry over spills!). White backs. Two glass doors on top with adjustable glass shelf. Center door pulls down for serving as a bar, open space underneath. Two doors with open space inside. Original brass pulls. Cutouts on top and middle surfaces for cords. Light at top. Perfect for your living or dining room. Has matching storage cabinet. Made in Canada. Very good condition. Dealer: 18
Dimensions: L= 30 W= 19.5 H= 74”
#9. Vintage Antique four stack mahogany barrister bookcase, c1900 $750
Four stack bookcase with glass doors and original brass pulls. Stained dark brown. Has complete top and bottom. Comes apart for moving. Perfect for your work from home office. Very good condition (interior shelves show wear). Dealer: 18
Dimensions: L= 34.5 W= 12.5 H= 57.75”
#10. Vintage antique zebra wood small hall stand c1920. $125. Rare wood. Base has square legs with curved stretchers on the bottom. Curved apron. Top has a back with 4 square legs sitting on a curved end. Arched carved stretcher under the top. Gallery curved edge at the top. Unusual! Perfect for a statue or your mail. Very good condition. Dealer #MJS
L=21 W=12 H=47
#11. Vintage Antique style gold metal 4 shelf etagere, c1960.
$595. Vintage Antique style gold metal 4 shelf etagere, c1960.
4 glass square shelves. Curved gold metal shelf supports and legs, all with gold metal vines attached from top to bottom. Pretty for your bathroom or bedroom. Very good condition. Dealer MJS
L= 18” W= 18 H= 53”
#12. Vintage Hollywood Regency Gilt Metal Etagere c. 1940
$775. Vintage Hollywood Regency Gilt Metal Etagere from c1940. 4 shelf etagere, 3 glass shelves and 1 mirrored shelf at the bottom. Twisted rope sides with metal flowers and leaves. Floral finial top with light and crystals. Scrolled feet.
Perfect for your bedroom, bathroom, or living room.
16.25” x 22.5” x 67". Dealer #MJS
#13. SALE! Powder Coated Industrial Steel Bookcase
Sale! now $150, originally $250. sturdy light gray powder coated steel bookcase. the shelves are adjustable, allowing you to store even your biggest books! shelves never sag. excellent condition. great industrial look--perfect for a home office or study. 35" wide, 71" tall, 13" deep. Dealer #18.
#14. Vintage Mid century modern walnut laminate pair of bookcase cabinets, c. 1970.
Now $175 for the pair, originally $395 for the pair. One has 2 shelves and 2 doors with a shelf inside. The other has 1 shelf and a pull down door which could be a bar, and 2 doors with a shelf inside. All with adjustable shelves. Perfect for your living room. Very good condition. Dealer 18
L= 30” W= 15.75” H= 72.25”
#15. Vintage mid century modern walnut laminate shelf unit, c. 1960.
$165. Walnut laminate shelves separated by black lacquer wood pillars. Chrome trim. Can be unscrewed to be repositioned into a new arrangement. Perfect for your living room. Use as a TV stand, bookcase, display unit. Very good condition. 72in wide, 15in deep, 52.5in tall.
#16. Vintage mid-century modern style glass and mirror vitrine display case.
$495. 2 glass doors, glass sides, mirrored back and bottom. Mirror on crown, on strip in front, and on base. 2 lights at the top which is also mirrored. This cabinet will really show off your collections! Excellent condition. 32in wide, 19.5in deep, 83in tall. Dealer #18.
#17. Vintage mid-century Danish modern teak 2 door cabinet, c. 1970. $225.
Two doors with wood pulls. One shelf inside. Recessed base. Marked “Made in Denmark” on the back. Perfect for your living room. Very good condition. Dealer: 18. L: 33 in, W: 15.5 in, H: 29 in
#18. Vintage Crate and Barrel two door wood bar/cabinet, c2000 $425
Original black painted finish with a two tone look on the doors. Doors have black paint and natural wood horizontal mini stripes. Thick, slab sides provide a gallery edge so nothing slides off. Square legs, inside has two shelves and a drawer. Can be used for many purposes other than a bar. Perfect for your living or dining room. Very good condition (interior shows some wear). Dealer: 3500
Dimensions: L= 35 W= 20.5 H= 41.5”
#19. Vintage Mid-century Modern black cerused oak Natalie Kalmus mirrored bar cabinet, c1950 $950
Rare! Designed by Natalie Kalmus, the executive head of the Technicolor Art Department of the Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation. She designed televisions in unusual cabinets in the 1950s. This is one of her striking cabinets repurposed into a bar cabinet. Two doors, winged, angled sides. Black with cream grain cerused oak. Tops of the sides have built in ceramic planters or could be used as ice buckets. We retained the original T.V. label. The bottom of the cabinet is where the speakers were, black velvet fabric framed with oak and a gold laurel wreath in the center. Angled, recessed, floating base. Interior has a mirrored back and shelf. Perfect for your living room. Very good condition. Dealer: 18
Dimensions: L= 42.75 W= 24.5 H= 42”
*Natalie M. Kalmus (1882-1965) was the executive head of the Technicolor art department and credited as the color director of nearly all Technicolor feature films produced from 1934 to 1949. Once an art student and model, she married American scientist and engineer Herbert T. Kalmus in 1902, and she later co-founded with him the Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation, serving for two decades as the company's chief on-site representative at film studios. She was often credited as a co-developer of the Technicolor process itself and was a member of the production team that shot the first Technicolor footage in 1917. In 1950 she licensed her name for a line of designer television cabinets made by a California manufacturer.
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