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  • 20th Century Brass Console and Mirror - Spirit Gallery
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    Hollywood Regency style console and mirror designed in France circa 1970's composed of solid brass and original smoked glass shelves. Fully restored. 

     

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    Origin: France
    Date of Manufacture: 1970's
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Brass
    - Smoked Glass 
    Condition: Very good    
    Wear: Wear consistent with age and use 
    Dimensions: Console 100x80x34 cm I Mirror 108 x 55 cm        
    Number of items: 2
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  • Mid-century Rosewood Console, Italy, 1950's - Spirit Gallery
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    Italian mid-century console table in rosewood veneer and lacquer with its original glass shelf, sculpted brass details, and central drawer. The splayed legs are adorned with brass endings.

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    Origin: Italy
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
    Period: 1950-1959
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Rosewood
    - Glass 
    - Brass  
    Condition: Very good
    Wear:
    Consistent with age and use 
    Dimensions: Length 136 cm I Depth 34.5 cm  I Height 66 cm 
    Number of items: 1
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  • Neoclassical Floating Brass Console and Mirror, France - Spirit Gallery
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    Vintage neoclassical style polished brass mirror and floating console set with its beautiful original beveled rectangular mirror, chiseled S-scrolls and leaf ornaments. France, circa 1960s-1970s. If you wish to purchase the set with new mirrors please let us know before ordering.
    The mirror is in a good condition and the console shows very slight scratches of wear consistent with age and a mark of usage on the top right edge.
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    Origin: France
    In the style of: Neoclassical revival 
    Period: 1960-1970's
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Brass, polished 
    - Glass
    Condition: Very good vintage condition, re-polished
    Wear: Little signs consistent with age 
    Dimensions: 
    Mirror: H 35 cm W 21 cm D 2 cm
    Console: H 25 cm W 58.5 cm D 23 cm
    Number of items: 2

     

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  • The Console Table by Michel Boyer for Rouve, France, 1970's - Spirit Gallery
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     The console table by French designer Michel Boyer circa 1970's is composed of an aluminium adjustable and folding structure and clear glass top. Model MBR 100. Fully restored with new glass tabletop. 

     

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    Origin: France
    Designer: Michel Boyer
    Manufacturer: Rouve
    In the style of: Mid-Century Modern
    Date of Manufacture: 1970's
    Materials and techniques:  
    - Aluminium
    - Glass
    Condition: Excellent vintage condition    
    Wear: Consistent with age and use 
    Dimensions: Height: 72 cm I Width 140 cm I Depth 56 cm 
    Weight: 70 kg  
    Number of items: 1

     

    About Michel Boyer
    Michel Boyer is renowned for his ability to incorporate decorative and design elements into preexisting architectural spaces. His best-known works are the interiors of the Rothschild Bank in Paris (1970) and the French Embassy in Washington, D.C. (1975).
    For these projects, he incorporated stainless steel desks, counters, and seating to convey the power of the institutions. Boyer also embraces elegant, curvilinear details and rounded edges, as exemplified by Dining Chair (1968), Credenza (Rothschild Bank Commission) (1969), and Desk (1970). His designs emanate the inviting comfort of objects made for people, rather than buildings. In this way, Boyer’s style shares affinities with the organic, welcoming qualities of works by designers such as Ado Chale and Marc Berthier.
    Source: https://www.artsy.net/artist/michel-boyer 

     

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