Brooklyn, NY

About Jarontiques

Jarontiques was conceived at the Brooklyn Flea, where Jaron Cupak began selling his wares in 2008. Over the next few years, the business evolved, and Jaron expanded his reach by exhibiting his merchandise at the Stella Pier Shows (both Modern and Americana) and setting up a permanent space within a prestigious art and antiques gallery in Stamford, Connecticut. Eventually, Jaron gave up his career to follow his dream of restoring and selling vintage full-time, brought his wife, Sharan, on board, and started Jarontiques – the physical store in 2011 on Atlantic Avenue in B...Read More


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Mid-20th Century United States Folk Art Cupboards
This pine cabinet, circa 1950, is comprised of a glass paneled front and sides and retains the original black, red and blue paint. The hardware (largely brass) is all original, as is...
Jacques Adnet
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Vintage 1950-1959 France Mid-Century Modern Demi-lune Tables
Leather, Metal
This 1950s demilune table / desk is comprised of a hand-stitched red leather surface (likely a later but vintage addition to the piece) and a painted black faux-bamboo metal base. ...
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Vintage 1950-1959 Italy Mid-Century Modern Coat Racks and Stands
Metal, Brass, Steel
This elegant 1950s Italian Coat / Hat Rack is composed of a swivel-top tier with full-360 degree mobility. The 'x' form painted steel base is supported by cylindrical metal feet. Th...
Flemming Lassen
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Vintage 1940-1949 Scandinavia Art Deco Club Chairs
Leather, Velvet, Mahogany
Fantastic pair of lush club chairs with spring seats and turquoise leather frames. The blue velvet cushions and corresponding lining under the loose cushion are a relatively recent a...
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Vintage 1950-1959 United States Machine Age Side Tables
Upholstery, Wood
Unique and whimsical drum table comprised of a gilded wooden base depicting pipes and fittings. The original textile was replaced however it retains the original tassels and upholste...
GETAMA, Hans J. Wegner
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Vintage 1950-1959 Denmark Mid-Century Modern Sofas
This four-seater sofa (model GE 236/4) was designed by Hans Wegner for GETAMA in the 1950s and is comprised of a solid oak slatted-back frame. The cushions, marked 'Ryghynde' are ori...
Jens Risom, Jens Risom Design
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Vintage 1950-1959 United States Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Chairs
This set of early Jens Risom dining chairs, designed for his eponymous manufacturing firm, includes four side chairs and two captain's chairs. The sculptural walnut frames boast eleg...
Fredrik A. Kayser, Vatne Møbler
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Vintage 1960-1969 Norway Mid-Century Modern Loveseats
Brass, Leather, Teak
This two-seat sofa was designed by Fredrik Kayser for Vatne Lenestolfabrikk (Norway) in the 1960s. Magnificent frame in sculpted teak with armrests that best resemble two conjoined c...
Ole Wanscher, France & Son
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Vintage 1960-1969 Denmark Mid-Century Modern Sofas
Teak, Wool
This teak three-seat sofa was designed by Ole Wanscher for France & Son as part of his 'Senator' line. This example is an early France & Son production (1965, as indicated by...
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Early 20th Century United States Folk Art Armchairs
Velvet, Wood
This magnificent Odd Fellows Fraternal Lodge 'throne' (circa 1910-1920) with carved and painted decoration throughout is a fine example of early 20th century Folk Art. Nice use of de...
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Vintage 1950-1959 United States Arts and Crafts Dining Room Tables
Brass, Copper, Sheet Metal, Steel
This monumental dining or card table features a surface of inlaid mixed-metal including brass, sheet metal and copper. The top is mounted to a forged steel 'anchor' base, the depth o...
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Vintage 1930-1939 France Art Deco Daybeds
Leather, Mohair, Mahogany
This versatile French deco daybed (circa late 1930s) can be converted from a bench to daybed, when the arms are removed and reoriented into the appropriate frame fittings. The staine...

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