“Reclining Nude” Low Table by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne USA, c. 1972
A unique variant of a very rare form. Cast mixed metals with an unusual black and gold-metal finish. Although this piece is not from a numbered edition, the LaVernes never produced more than 6 examples of any cast design. This is the first example to come on the market of a LaVerne cast piece that was not executed in bronze. h. 16” w. 56” d. 31”
Condition: The base is in excellent original condition, having only been recently cleaned and maintaining its original finish. The glass top is newly made using the original template.
Published: Sculpture II, The Art of Philip LaVerne. Gallery produced catalog. Pg. 32
Rare & Early Cocktail Table by Pietro Chiesa for Fontana Arte Italy c. 1941
Elegant low table on pedestal base. Cloud-shaped wood structure with thick, mirrored inset top. All wood elements are ebonized. Very good vintage condition. Wood has been touched up and polished. Losses of silver to mirror top. Illustrated in "Arredamento," by Guglielmo Ulrich, publisher, Görlich, plate 2. h. 22.25" w. 43" d. 31.25"
Limited Edition "Moore" Cocktail Table by Alexandre Logé France 2010
Studio made base of massive bronze sculpture form inspired by the work of Henry Moore. This piece is all handmade with a unique patina that is also hand applied by the artist. This table can take many different sizes and shapes of glass tops. Offered in an edition of 8, every piece will be signed and numbered. Allow 12-15 weeks lead time. Base h. 14.5" w. 37" d. 28.5 Glass top 54" x 40"
Rare cocktail table of teakwood with great structural details. Top comprised of two glass panels with open center. Lower slanted panels for storing magazines, etc. Signed on underside. A fantastic design. *Published: Ico Parisi: & architecture. Pg. 221. h. 15.5" w. 31" d. 31"
Excellent condition. Wood has recently been refinished. Glass seems to be original.
Unique, Large Scale Cocktail Table by Paul László USA c. 1938
Large-scale, low table with rounded corners, bi-level burl wood top and finely crafted detailing. This unique table was created for a Bel Air home and appears to have never been repeated in any other László commission. *Published: California Arts & Architecture; January 1940, Pg. 18 & 19. h1. 21.5" h2. 23.5" w. 53.5 d. 53.5"