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Michael Graves (b.1934)

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Wall Clock with 2 Birds by Michael Graves for Alessi, 1992, Italy 'Cream, Beige'
By Alessi, Michael Graves (b.1934)
Located in Chicago, IL
The 1992 "Kitchen clock" by Michael Graves is one of Alessi's most successful designs. The birds flying from each hand recall the famous whistling bird from the Alessi kettle...
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1990s Italian Post-Modern Michael Graves (b.1934)

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Plastic

Postmodern Mantle Clock by Michael Graves for Alessi
By Michael Graves (b.1934), Alessi
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Designed by renowned postmodern American architect Michael Graves in 1986 for Italian housewares powerhouse Alessi. Graves’ designs perfectly capture the 1980s aesthetic, especially ...
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Late 20th Century Italian Post-Modern Michael Graves (b.1934)

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Glass, Plastic, Birdseye Maple

Postmodern Rare Tea Kettle Designed by Michael Graves
By Michael Graves (b.1934)
Located in San Diego, CA
A Classic postmodern Memphis era design teapot designed by Michael Graves, circa the 1980s, a rare design not many were produced it's in good condition. A cool whistle that works whe...
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20th Century American Post-Modern Michael Graves (b.1934)

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Stainless Steel

Sugar Bowl & Spoon Designed by Michael Graves for Alessi Memphis Era
By Michael Graves (b.1934), Alessi
Located in San Diego, CA
Sugar bowl and spoon designed by Michael Graves for Alessi, circa 1988 made in Italy. Memphis era.
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Late 20th Century Italian Post-Modern Michael Graves (b.1934)

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Chrome

Silver Salad Tongs by Micheal Graves for Swid Powell and Reed & Barton
By Michael Graves (b.1934), Swid Powell
Located in Oakland, CA
Memphis style silver plate salad tongs designed by architect, industrial designer and educator Micheal Graves (1934-2015) for Swid Powell and Reed & Barton. Embossed leaf patterns o...
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1990s American Modern Michael Graves (b.1934)

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Britannia Standard Silver, Silver Plate

Michael Graves Chess Set, circa 2000
By Michael Graves (b.1934)
Located in New York, NY
Carved wood chess and checkers set with board and box by famed architect Michael Graves. Chess board is marked with Graves tag; each chess and pawn piece is signed Graves; USA, c...
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Late 20th Century American Modern Michael Graves (b.1934)

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Resin, Wood

Michael Graves Chess Set, circa 2000
Michael Graves Chess Set, circa 2000
H 2.75 in W 16.5 in D 16.5 in
"Nanna" Michael Graves by Leonardo 1996 Glass Teapot
By Michael Graves (b.1934)
Located in Brescia, IT
Blown glass with original box Perfect condiction.
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1990s Italian Modern Michael Graves (b.1934)

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Blown Glass

Big Dripper Coffee Set by Michael Graves for Swid Powell, 1987 USA
By Michael Graves (b.1934), Swid Powell
Located in Chicago, IL
The now famous "Big Dripper" by Michael Graves. A humorous name for a grand creation: a 14 cups coffee maker with creamer, sugar and spoon. A design landmark, at the intersection of ...
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1980s American Post-Modern Vintage Michael Graves (b.1934)

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Ceramic, Porcelain

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Michael Graves (b.1934) furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of metal and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Michael Graves (b.1934) furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Michael Graves (b.1934) were created in the modern style in north america during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Peter Shire, Dorothy Hafner, and Barry Kieselstein-Cord. Prices for Michael Graves (b.1934) furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $45 and can go as high as $37,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $813.

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