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About BAC

This year BAC celebrates its 15th years as one of New York City’s leading decorative art dealers. Located in a former SoHo warehouse, the gallery presents a revolving selection of fine 20th century European antiques selected with a connoisseur’s eye and a passionate interest in architectural and design history. Representing the best of French and Nordic design, BAC offers work by well-known 20th century masters, such as Jean-Michel Frank, Jean Royère, Axel Einar Hjorth, and Kaare Klint, as well as pieces by numerous other creators chosen for their intrinsic quality and ...Read More


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Gunnar Nylund, Rörstrand
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Vintage 1950-1959 Scandinavian Modern Table Lamps
Rare and beguiling pair of table lamps by Gunnar Nylund (1904-1997) for Rörstrand, each consisting of an ovoid volume above a reveal base and topped by a tapering neck, textured and ...
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Vintage 1920-1929 Denmark Art Deco Armchairs
Leather, Cane, Mahogany
Pair of spectacular and likely unique armchairs by Kaj Gottlob (1887-1976), fusing Art Deco and Neo-Antique styles, having rounded klismos-style backs, Ancient Roman style turned fro...
Carl Malmsten
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Vintage 1920-1929 Sweden Art Deco Planters and Jardinieres
Pair of sculptural planters by Carl Malmsten (1888-1972), both round with upward bell forms out-turned at rim and having relief pattern of stylized flowers, painted cast iron, Sweden...
André Arbus
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Vintage 1930-1939 France Art Deco Side Tables
Round side / coffee table by André Arbus (1903-1969), representing an Art Deco take on a Neoclassical three-legged form, with round top articulated by a slight raised filet along bot...
Jacques Chaillou
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Vintage 1950-1959 France Mid-Century Modern Table Lamps
Table lamp by Jacques Chaillou, with unusual and stunning base of hand-turned earthenware, having a deep brown color, over which a flowing translucent glaze that allows much of the c...
Folke Bensow, Näfveqvarns Bruk
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Vintage 1920-1929 Sweden Art Deco Benches
Iron, Wood
An iconic design of Sweden's Modern Classicism period, the Taburett Nr. 2 (Bench Number 2) by architect Folke Bensow (1886-1971) for the Näfveqvarns Bruk represents a striking fusion...
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Mid-20th Century Germany Mid-Century Modern Side Tables
Side or coffee table by Adolf Falke (1888-1958), having a round top set with slight overhang on a cross form base footed by four small spheres, in solid and veneer walnut, Germany, 1...
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Vintage 1940-1949 Sweden Scandinavian Modern Side Tables
This pair of nightstands or end tables by John Gustaf Axel Berg (1891-1971) are wonderful examples of the tailored and elegance that characterizes the designer's work. Berg was a cen...
Arthur Andersson, Wallåkra
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Vintage 1950-1959 Sweden Scandinavian Modern Vases
For nearly a century, Wallåkra Stenkärlsfabrik had been producing utilitarian stoneware goods using vernacular forms and salt glazing techniques, when in 1949, Arthur Andersson (d. 1...
Michael Andersen & Son
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Vintage 1910-1919 Denmark Art Nouveau Vases
At first sight, the Camouflage series designed by Daniel Folkmann Andersen (1885-1959) for the Michael Andersen and Sons pottery might be mistaken for the work of Thorvald Bindesbøll...
Jean-Michel Frank, Comté
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Vintage 1930-1939 Art Deco Side Tables
Leather, Iron, Oak
Pair of side or occasional tables by Jean-Michel Frank (1895-1941), with painted iron frames featuring attenuated tapered legs and inset tops consisting of stitched oxblood dyed leat...
Jean Dunand
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Vintage 1920-1929 France Art Deco Chairs
Chair with faceted back by Jean Dunand (1877-1942), in black lacquered wood, reupholstered seat in deep blue horsehair, France, 1920s. Dunand stamp in red on the underside of frame.

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