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A pair of Sylvia Stave pewter candlesticks by CG Hallberg 1933.Height 6,5, diamter 13 cm.

A pair of Sylvia Stave pewter candlesticks by CG Hallberg 1933.Height 6,5, diamter 13 cm.

170: German / Miniature Zeppelin and shot glasses < Design, 12 December 2013 < Auctions | Wright

170: German / Miniature Zeppelin and shot glasses < Design, 12 December 2013 < Auctions | Wright

Eliel Saarinen / nesting tables, set of three < Modern Design, 11 March 2001 < Auctions | Wright

Eliel Saarinen / nesting tables, set of three < Modern Design, 11 March 2001 < Auctions | Wright

Helen Hughes Dulany designed this place setting, which included Mosse embroidered linens, Mrs. Ehrich glasses and chromium candlesticks and centerpiece, for a story in the February 1934 House  Garden, photographed by Eugene Hutchinson.

Helen Hughes Dulany designed this place setting, which included Mosse embroidered linens, Mrs. Ehrich glasses and chromium candlesticks and centerpiece, for a story in the February 1934 House Garden, photographed by Eugene Hutchinson.

The Pony Chair, designed by Russel Wright for the NYC Museum of Modern Art in 1932.

The Pony Chair, designed by Russel Wright for the NYC Museum of Modern Art in 1932.

Wilhelm Wagenfeld studied metalwork at the Bauhaus between 1923 and 1925, where he designed a table lamp that became one of the school's most popular products. After leaving the Bauhaus, he went on to design a number of popular consumer products, among the most successful of which was Kubus, the modular glass storage containers he created in 1935. Made of heat-resistant industrial glass,

Wilhelm Wagenfeld studied metalwork at the Bauhaus between 1923 and 1925, where he designed a table lamp that became one of the school's most popular products. After leaving the Bauhaus, he went on to design a number of popular consumer products, among the most successful of which was Kubus, the modular glass storage containers he created in 1935. Made of heat-resistant industrial glass,

Eliel Saarinen  ashtray  Finland , 1939 brass 3.75 dia x 0.75 h inches This work was likely made by Harry Bertoia at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Only three examples of this form were made, the remaining examples reside in the collection of the Saarinen family.  Provenance: Eliel and Loja Saarinen | Collection of Ronald Swanson Saarinen  Estimate: $3,000–5,000 Result: $2,500

Eliel Saarinen ashtray Finland , 1939 brass 3.75 dia x 0.75 h inches This work was likely made by Harry Bertoia at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Only three examples of this form were made, the remaining examples reside in the collection of the Saarinen family. Provenance: Eliel and Loja Saarinen | Collection of Ronald Swanson Saarinen Estimate: $3,000–5,000 Result: $2,500

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