Rare Pair of Early Lounge Chairs by Gio Ponti Italy c. 1929
Great sculptural forms of dark stained teak. Wing back detail and bullet front feet. *These chairs were created for Casa Giampiccoli, Turin, Italy between 1927-1929. They are sold with a letter of Expertise from the Gio Ponti Foundation, and have an archive number that is on permanent record with the foundation. h. 37.5” w. 28.5” d. 37” seat h. 17”
Excellent condition. Fully restored and newly re-upholstered.
Pair of Armless Lounge Chairs by Paul Laszlo USA 1952
Deep olive green leather upholstery with great stitching details. Tappering legs of dark-stained Oak. These chairs were custom designed for the John Hudspeth Estate in Prineville, OR. h. 30” d. 28” w. 21” seat h. 16”
"Folding Garden Chair," by Ico & Luisa Parisi Italy c. 1951
Produced by Broggi in Como, Italy. Black-painted steel tubing, brown leather seat and back, and belt-buckle strapping. Beautiful low chair, great design and very rare. *This particular chair was originally part of the Parisi's personal collection. Published in "Ico Parisi : & architecture." F. Gauldoni. Pg. 92 & 204; "Ico Parisi La Casa," F. Gauldoni. Pg. 79 (pictured in situ.) h. 28" w. 22" d. 30" Seat h. 13"
Excellent condition. Leather with excellent patina. Some minor chipping on black paint.
Rare Plank-Arm Lounge Chair by Paul Laszlo United States c. 1950
Ebonized wood frame with wide plank-arms and cutout detail. Curved back with spindle fret-work detail and tapered legs. One of Laszlo’s signature chair designs from the post-war period. h. 29” seat 17” w. 35.5” d. 32”
Rare Armchair #877 by Gianfranco Frattini for Cassina Italy c. 1957
Great architectural lounge chair with dark wood base. Modernist wingback form with great details. *The last image is a period ad from "Rivista dell'Arredamento," Nov. 1961. h. 40" w. 33" d. 38" Seat: h. 15"
Rare Lounge Chair #1110 by Angelo Mangiarotti for Cassina Italy 1963
Cast-aluminum sculptural base and mold-injected foam seat with tan leather upholstery. Literature: 1) Domus Magazine, June 1963; 2) Repertorio 1950-1980, Gramigna, Pg. 107. h. 27.5” w. 36” d. 31” Seat 16”
Pair of Open Arm Chairs by Carlo DeCarli for M. Singer and Sons Italy c. 1956
These great lounge chairs feature sculptural lines in bleached and limed walnut. Designed in the 50's for M. Singer & Sons, they have been restored and upholstered within the last few years. *A third matching chair is also available. h. 31" w. 23" d. 34" Seat: h. 7"
Very good condition, with some light wear and small spots to fabric.