Adjustable Table Lamp by Maurizio Tempestini for Lightolier USA c. 1957
A rare and dynamic model by Tempestini. Painted wood base, carved ash standard that supports brass rods with a flexible center allowing the lamp to rest in different positions. Elegant cone shade with black painted tip that acts as the lamps on/off switch. h. 22" w. 24" d. 8"
Excellent condition. Base appears to have been repainted, oxidation to metal. All sockets and wires have been replaced.
Adjustable Sconce #149/N by Gino Sarfatti for Arteluce Italy c. 1950
Brass wall mount and extended arm. Black painted metal shade and counter weight. Height can be adjusted and arm moves from side to side. Manufacturers label on inside of shade. h. 33" w. 15.5" d. 36" as shown.
Excellent condition, some oxidation to brass. New wiring and socket.
Saucer Chandelier by Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte Italy c. 1956
Model #2097, consisting of a pale amber glass shade and an acid-etched white glass diffuser. Brass structure and mounts and 9 standard sized sockets. All wiring and sockets have recently been replaced. h. 31" diam. 31"
Excellent condition with oxidation to brass and small signs of wear to glass
Studio Built Cube by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne United States c. 1971
Sculptural cube that can be used at a side table. Welded form with irregular surfaces and crevices. Torched & oxidized finish to top. A very rare piece. Signed on top of side edge. h. 16.75" w. 15" d. 15"
Custom Designed Floor Lamp by Paul László USA c. 1944
Pole lamp of oxidized nickel with great detailing and new linen shade. 3 standard sized sockets and one large up light that takes a 3-way bulb. All sockets and wiring have been recently replaced. Switches on the lamp are all original and a new floor switch has been added. h. 61.5" diam. 23" base diam. 13"
Studio-built Vase by Pietro Melandri Italy c. 1960
Irregular shaped vase with relief glazes in tans and blues depicting abstract figures. Signed on underside. A similar formed vase resides at the International Museum of Ceramics Collection, Faenza, Italy. h. 8.25" w. 9" d. 6.5"
"Diamante Bronze," Pair of Table Lamps by Roberto Giulio Rida Italy 2017
A weighty pair of studio-made table lamps with faceted, bronze-colored glass bases. Elegantly detailed brass fittings and frosted glass shades. Each lamp has 3 candelabra sockets, and the artist's stamp. h. 19.5" diam. 7.5"
"Diamante Blu," Pair of Table Lamps by Roberto Giulio Rida Italy 2017
A weighty pair of studio-made table lamps with faceted, blue-colored glass bases. Elegantly detailed brass fittings and frosted glass shades. Each lamp has 3 candelabra sockets, and the artist's stamp. h. 19.5" diam. 7.5"
Rare Three-door Floating Cabinet by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons Italy c. 1950
Mahogany cabinet raised on tapering legs. Three knife-edge doors set into a beveled frame. Interior drawers and open shelves. This cabinet was studio-made in Italy and marketed here in the States through M. Singer & Sons. h. 37.5" w. 71" d. 17.5"
Rare and iconic chairs by Schoen. Dark stained wood with rounded backs and original channeled detail. Published: Eugene Schoen, Furniture from the Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Estate. Donzella, 2000. Front cover and pgs. 22 & 24. h. 30.75" w. 27" d. 24.25" Arm: h. 27.25" Seat: h. 18"
Studio Built Circular Mirror by Ghiro Studio Italy 2014
Contemporary wall mirror of hand-cut and chipped chunks of sapphire blue glass. Arranged in a circle around a central mirror with brass mounts. Beautiful studio-made piece created exclusively for Donzella. Signed on side edge. diam. 41"
Brass structure with swivel mechanism, thick glass base and painted green frame of perforated metal. This unusual design displays a strong juxtaposition between playful and elegant. h. 25" w. 21.75" d. 5"
"Pigne," Unique 8-Light Chandelier by Roberto Giulio Rida Italy 2017
Elegant light of polished brass mounts with cut and polished clear glass, frosted glass ceiling cup and cone shades, and opaque white-glass cover for center core. Each frosted glass shade conceals a single candelabra socket. h. 48" diam. 30"