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Place of Origin: American
Lawless Lounge Chair by Evan Fay
By Evan Fay
Located in Geneve, CH
Lawless lounge chair by Evan Fay Each is a unique hand-sculpted creation Dimensions: W60" x D36" x H42" Materials: Steel pipe, brass connections foam, scuba knit fabric Lawles...
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2010s Organic Modern American Canapes

Materials

Brass

Lawless Fauteuil by Evan Fay
By Evan Fay
Located in Geneve, CH
Lawless Fauteuil by Evan Fay Each is a unique hand-sculpted creation Dimensions: 111 x 80 x 120 cm Materials: Steel pipe, brass connections foam, scuba kn...
Category

2010s Organic Modern American Canapes

Materials

Brass, Steel

Fine French Moderne Style Canapé by Schoonbeck
By Schoonbeck of Grand Rapids, Richard Himmel
Located in Southampton, NJ
fine and sensuously curvy vintage canapé of high quality hardwood frame and feather cushions reupholstered in the mid 2020s in striking Ralph Lauren Floral...
Category

20th Century Hollywood Regency American Canapes

Materials

Upholstery, Down

Classic And Luxurious Lawson Style Club Chair
Located in Bronx, NY
Classic and luxurious Lawson style club chair in a rich Neo-Indian inspired fabric arm height is 26"
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Late 20th Century American Canapes

Hole Bench by Estudio Persona
By Estudio Persona
Located in Geneve, CH
Hole bench by Estudio Persona Dimensions: L 152.4 x W 50.8 x H 40.6 cm Materials: Foam core, Fabric upholstered in wool bouclé Upholstered bench in wool bouclé with CNC foam cor...
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2010s Modern American Canapes

Materials

Fabric, Wool, Foam

20th Century American Walnut Six Seater Sloane ii Sofa by Vladimir Kagan Couture
By Vladimir Kagan
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A custom-made, slightly curved vintage Mid-Century modern American large six or seven seater Sloane II sofa with four pillows, settee made of hand crafted polished Walnut, designed a...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern American Canapes

Materials

Fabric, Walnut, Upholstery, Bouclé

20th Century American Weiman Bilbao Four Seater Sofa, Canapé by Vladimir Kagan
By Vladimir Kagan, Weiman Preview Furniture
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A vintage Mid-Century Modern American Bilbao four seater sofa with two pillows, designed by Vladimir Kagan and produced by Weiman in good condition. The back rest of the sculptural c...
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Late 20th Century Mid-Century Modern American Canapes

Materials

Fabric, Cotton, Upholstery, Wood

Rolled Arm Sofa with Curved Tight Back
Located in Ballard, CA
Elegant curved sofa comes with tight back over two loose poly/down seat cushions, with exposed wood frame and tapered legs. Custom sizes and finishes availa...
Category

2010s American Canapes

Materials

Polyester, Maple, Down

20th Century American Lucite Four Seater Serpentine Sofa by Vladimir Kagan
By Directional, Vladimir Kagan
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A vintage Mid-Century Modern American four seater Serpentine sofa with two pillows, designed by Vladimir Kagan and produced by Directional in good condition. The seat backrest of the...
Category

Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern American Canapes

Materials

Fabric, Bouclé, Upholstery, Lucite

Upholstered American Window Settee In Mahogany, circa 1850
Located in Miami, FL
This diminutive American window settee with figured mahogany frame and upholstered back and seat is a perfect small bench at the end of a bed. The back i...
Category

19th Century American Empire Antique American Canapes

Materials

Mahogany

Pristine Florence Knoll Sofa for Knoll International
By Florence Knoll, Knoll
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pristine Florence Knoll Sofa for Knoll International. Upholstered in gorgeous Sina Pearson fabric. Florence Knoll was a pioneering designer and entrepreneur who created the modern look and feel of America’s postwar corporate office with sleek furniture, artistic textiles and an uncluttered, free-flowing workplace environment. To connoisseurs of Modernism, the mid-20th-century designs of Florence Knoll, were — and still are — the essence of the genre’s clean, functional forms. Transcending design fads, they are still influential, still contemporary, still common in offices, homes and public spaces, still found in dealers’ showrooms and represented in museum collections. Ms. Knoll learned her art at the side of Modernist masters. She was a protégé of the German-American architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Eliel Saarinen, the Finnish architect and teacher and the father of the architect Eero Saarinen. And she worked with the renowned Bauhaus architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer. Throughout her career, influenced by the German Bauhaus school of design, she promoted the Modernist merger of architecture, art and utility in her furnishings and interiors, especially — although not exclusively — for offices. In the 1940s, she married and became a business partner of the German-born furniture maker Hans Knoll, and over 20 years she was instrumental in building Knoll Associates into the largest and most prestigious high-end design firm of its kind, with 35 showrooms in the United States and around the world. While her husband handled business affairs, Ms. Knoll was the design force of Knoll Associates. It grew to become the leading innovator of modern interiors and furnishings in the 1950s and ’60s, transforming the CBS, Seagram and Look magazine headquarters in Manhattan, the H. J. Heinz headquarters in Pittsburgh and properties across the United States, Europe, Asia and South America, including American embassies. Her “total design” favored open work spaces over private offices, and furniture grouped for informal discussions. It integrated lighting, vibrant colors, acoustical fabrics, chairs molded like tulip petals, sofas and desks with chrome legs...
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Materials

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20th Century White American Directional Sofa, Curved Settee by Vladimir Kagan
By Directional, Vladimir Kagan
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A half-round, vintage Mid-Century Modern American three seater sofa or settee with four pillows, designed by Vladimir Kagan and produced by Directional in good condition. The seat back rest of the divano is curved with a wide armrest, supported by two round wooden bases. Newly upholstered in a white cotton fabric. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1950 - 1970, United States. The sofa belong to the Broadway theatre...
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Materials

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Pair Tall Rattan Wicker Porters Style Peacock Chairs, , , hooded
By Ritts Tropitan
Located in Buffalo, NY
Matched Pair Tall Rattan Wicker Porters Style Peacock Chairs,,, classic mid century modern design,, minor breaks to wicker,, Hand delivery avail to New Yor...
Category

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Materials

Wicker

Moroccan Moorish Sofa
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Moroccan sofa settee upholstered with Fortuny style cut velvet Moorish fabric. Sofa was upholstered with antique style very fine brocade damask cut out ...
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Mid-20th Century Moorish American Canapes

Materials

Fabric

Rare and Sexy Large Sofa Cantilever Design Chesterfield Style
Located in Los Angeles, CA
What a beauty this sofa, it was restored, if I did not have a two years old son, I would have kept this sofa for me, the picture speak for it self.
Category

1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage American Canapes

Materials

Metal

Slope Arm Sofa with Bolsters and Lumbar Pillows
Located in Ballard, CA
Refined sofa has combined the shelter feel with traditional elements, tight back with three lombar pillows and bolster, over three poly/down seat cushions. Custom sizes and finishes ...
Category

2010s American Canapes

Materials

Polyester, Maple, Down

The 'Verneuil' Mohair Sofa by Design Frères
By Jean-Michel Frank
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The 'Verneuil' sofa is the latest addition to our exclusive Design Frères line. inspired by Jean-Michel Frank's timeless Art Deco aesthetic, it is built to the highest standards of c...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Art Deco American Canapes

Materials

Steel

Pristine Florence Knoll Sofa for Knoll International
By Knoll, Florence Knoll
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pristine Florence Knoll sofa for Knoll International. Upholstered in gorgeous Sina Pearson fabric. Florence Knoll was a pioneering designer and entrepreneur who created the modern look and feel of America’s postwar corporate office with sleek furniture, artistic textiles and an uncluttered, free-flowing workplace environment. To connoisseurs of Modernism, the mid-20th century designs of Florence Knoll, were — and still are — the essence of the genre’s clean, functional forms. Transcending design fads, they are still influential, still contemporary, still common in offices, homes and public spaces, still found in dealers’ showrooms and represented in museum collections. Ms. Knoll learned her art at the side of Modernist masters. She was a protégé of the German-American architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Eliel Saarinen, the Finnish architect and teacher and the father of the architect Eero Saarinen. And she worked with the renowned Bauhaus architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer. Throughout her career, influenced by the German Bauhaus school of design, she promoted the Modernist merger of architecture, art and utility in her furnishings and interiors, especially — although not exclusively — for offices. In the 1940s, she married and became a business partner of the German-born furniture maker Hans Knoll, and over 20 years she was instrumental in building Knoll Associates into the largest and most prestigious high-end design firm of its kind, with 35 showrooms in the United States and around the world. While her husband handled business affairs, Ms. Knoll was the design force of Knoll Associates. It grew to become the leading innovator of modern interiors and furnishings in the 1950s and ’60s, transforming the CBS, Seagram and Look magazine headquarters in Manhattan, the H. J. Heinz headquarters in Pittsburgh and properties across the United States, Europe, Asia and South America, including American embassies. Her “total design” favored open work spaces over private offices, and furniture grouped for informal discussions. It integrated lighting, vibrant colors, acoustical fabrics, chairs molded like tulip petals, sofas and desks with chrome legs...
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Pristine Florence Knoll Sofa for Knoll International
By Florence Knoll, Knoll
Located in Los Angeles, CA
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Early 2000s Modern American Canapes

Materials

Stainless Steel

American Empire Sleigh Sofa in Mahogany Attributable to Meeks, circa 1835
By J. & J.W. Meeks
Located in Miami, FL
A very beautiful and elegant American Empire sleigh-sofa attributable to well-known NYC cabinet-maker J. and J. W. Meeks with original finish over expertly bookmatched mahogany venee...
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1830s American Empire Antique American Canapes

Materials

Upholstery, Mahogany

Midcentury Sofa with Tufted Back
Located in Ballard, CA
Sofa with a midcentury feel. Tufted tight back with three loose poly/down seat cushions over exposed wood frame and legs. Custom sizes and finishes available.
Category

2010s American Canapes

Materials

Polyester, Maple, Down

Luxurious and Plush Canape in a Vibrant Stripe
Located in Bronx, NY
Luxurious and plush canape in a vibrant stripe. Recently refurbished.
Category

Late 20th Century American Canapes

Materials

Upholstery

20th Century Walnut and Exotic Wood American Design Sofa, 1980
Located in Vicoforte, Piedmont
George Nakashima style design sofa from the late 20th century. Furniture carved in walnut and exotic wood from the famous line of the American designer / architect. Reproduction of e...
Category

Late 20th Century American Canapes

Materials

Wood

Rare 1970s Charles Hollis Jones Lucite Sofa Signed
By Charles Hollis Jones
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Three seats couch designed and made by Charles Hollis Jones in the 1970s. Modern design sofa with chrome frame, lucite detail and light. Signed. Provenance directly from CHJ private collection About Charles Hollis Jones: Charles Hollis Jones is an American artist and furniture designer who is recognized by the Smithsonian Institution for his pioneering use of acrylic and lucite. Born in Bloomington, Indiana in 1945, Jones moved to Los Angeles, California at the age of 16 and founded CHJ Designs. At the time, acrylic and plastic were not commonly used as a material for upscale furniture and art, but Jones, seeing its potential, began creating unique pieces for some of the city’s most renowned showrooms, such as Hudson-Rissman. His work was well received by both art critics and Hollywood celebrities alike. Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball and Johnny Carson were among some of the first to commission Jones Tennessee Williams commissioned Jones to design a comfortable, yet modern writing chair. The result was the Wisteria chair, where the writer spent much time when at home. In the 1970s Jones crafted his award-winning Edison Lamp Using original Thomas Edison light bulbs, Jones created a unique lamp with steel and lucite to show the inner workings of Edison’s original technology. This won him the California Design 11 Competition and special recognition from the German government. His work has been featured in a number of museums, including the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, California, and the The Los Angeles Times has referred to him as a pioneer in acrylic design.”Jones resides in the Burbank area of Los Angeles and is still designing furniture and accessories. He is active in numerous charities and often designs awards for various organizations including the sculpture for the 2008 Golden Heart Award held at the Beverly Hills Hotel to honor Clancy Imislund for his contributions to the Midnight Mission. About the Post Line The Post Line was created in the late 60’s. The first 10 pieces were originally designed for a company called Hudson Rissman. In the 70’s, Charles added several additions to the Post Line, this ended up being called the Post Trust Line. The Post Line was also recently featured in LACMA’s latest book and show: Living in a modern way. This line has had many influences including the double wedding band...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage American Canapes

Materials

Chrome

Elegant Yale Burge Louis XV Style Even-Arm Sofa
By Yale Burge
Located in Chicago, IL
Yale Burge high quality reproduction Louis XV style even-arm canape. Hand-carved beech frame, distressed and stained walnut with a single seat down filled cushion. Upholstered in a y...
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1970s Louis XV Vintage American Canapes

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