Thursday, March 21, 2013

Just-In 3-21-13 | Mid Century Jack Cartwright breakfront furniture, C. Jere wall sculpture

I am waiting on a decent Estate that should be coming in on Monday the 25th.  In the meantime, here are a few new picks.

I purchased this two piece breakfront (Top Photo - Two Pieces Together, Bottom Photo - sideboard without hutch top)  from Linda and Pamela at at Retro House Love here in Denver. They held there first estate sale last weekend and I was lucky enough to stop by.  You have to check out their shop. To be honest, I was not familiar with Founders Furniture.  The piece has three reversible doors to choose from - caning or walnut.  I believe this piece, although I can't confirm it at this time, was designed by Jack Cartwright for Founders Furniture in the early 1960's.  I have yet to authenticate this, but I read Founders Furniture started in 1946 as a subsidiary of Knoll International for their residential line.  Who knows. It is a beauty. 

A wonderful 54" Wide x 27" Tall Curtis Jere Wall Sculpture.  I am familiar with several of Artisan House pieces, but I have yet to stumble across this one.  It is similar to the Raindrops, but has much more movement with the welded circles.  A wonderful find.

A Curtis Jere table sculpture with marble base.  Again, I have seen many Jere's but this one is also new to me.  I have the matching wall piece as shown below.  This piece measures approximately 22" w x 35" H x 8" D.  This piece will be available soon.

A Large Curtis Jere "Wave" wall sculpture.  I added the coca-cola can and dollar bill so you can appreciate the size.  This piece measures approximately 52" w x 36" h x 10.5" d.  I will have this piece and the table sculpture available soon.

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