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Door from Falcon's Lair

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Falcon's Lair was the home of Rudolph Valentino in 1920's. It was owned by Doris Duke for 50 years. Duke hired Tony Duquette to decorate and furnish Falcon's Lair in 1954. Falcons' Lair was demolished recently the owners had been buried in red tape. This door comes from the living room. It was painted to match an antique set of panelling we purchased. The back of the door is covered in a cut silk velvet that is more gray than the photo. BLDD0007605/10

Falcon's Lair was the home of Rudolph Valentino in 1920's. It was owned by Doris Duke for 50 years. Duke hired Tony Duquette to decorate and furnish Falcon's Lair in 1954. Falcons' Lair was demolished recently the owners had been buried in red tape. This door comes from the living room. It was painted to match an antique set of panelling we purchased. The back of the door is covered in a cut silk velvet that is more gray than the photo. BLDD0007605/10

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Door from Falcon's Lair

PRICE: Sold
COUNTRY: American
DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1920's
MATERIALS: wood, hardware, upholstery
CONDITION: Photos do a good job of showing condition.
HEIGHT: 6 ft. 7.8 in. (203 cm)
WIDTH: 30 in. (76 cm)
DEALER LOCATION: San Francisco, CA
NUMBER OF ITEMS: 1
REFERENCE NUMBER: U09070779043376

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