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  • New Life for the Noble Tree: Masterworks by George Nakashima 'Sotheby's'
    By George Nakashima, Sotheby's
    Located in New York, NY
    Catalog of a sale held at Sotheby’s, New York, on December 15, 2006, showcasing the Arthur and Evelyn Krosnick collection of George Nakashima furniture and lighting, or actually the second collection, as the first—112 pieces-- was completely destroyed by fire in 1989. George Nakashima essentially stopped what he was doing and focused on rebuilding the collection replacing the lost items with what he deemed better examples, owing to his own technical and artistic maturation, though many were completed under the guidance of his daughter, Mira, after George passed away in 1990. Highlights include an important “Arlyn” table, lot 313, that fetched $822,000 (a record for the artist) on a pre-sale estimate of $300,000-$500,000; a superb “Minguren II” table that brought $180,000; a magnificent “Arlyn II” coffee table that sold for $204,000; and a set of eight Conoid chairs that sold for $96,000. The catalog of the Krosnick sale remains a touchstone for collectors interested in the work of George Nakashima. 103 pages with 85 lots, mostly with full color illustrations, printed wrappers. Price results...
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  • George Nakashima Woodworker Catalog with Price List
    By George Nakashima Woodworkers
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    Catalog of offerings from renowned craft woodworker George Nakashima, published circa 1990. 4to, 24 pages (unpaginated), photographic wrappers, illustrated with b/w sketches and phot...
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  • Franco Albini Lounge Chair for Knoll, Model 49
    By Knoll, Franco Albini
    Located in New York, NY
    Lounge chair, model 49, designed by Franco Albini and produced by Knoll from 1949 until about 1967. This example circa 1950’s. Slender walnut frame with distinctive wrap-around arms, offset and angled rear legs, and steel fasteners. The harder-to-find lounge version of this iconic design. Pictured below in the 1950 Knoll Index...
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  • George Nakashima Straight Chair for Knoll
    By Knoll, George Nakashima
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    Designed by master craftsman George Nakashima for Knoll in 1946, the N19 chair was intended as a mass-produced counterpoint to the Nakashima Studio’s popular “Straight Chair...
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  • 1947 Pair of George Nakashima for Knoll N19 Straight Chairs in Natural Birch
    By George Nakashima, Knoll
    Located in Philadelphia, PA
    Listed for sale is a gorgeous pair of early George Nakashima for Knoll N19 birch straight chairs, produced by Knoll Associates. This chair appears to be natural birch. It shows some ...
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  • George Nakashima Model 206 Side Chair for Widdicomb
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    A rare model 206 dining / desk side chair designed by George Nakashima for Widdicomb. A matching set of four available separately.
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  • George Nakashima Black Walnut Captain Chair
    By George Nakashima
    Located in Los Angeles, CA
    Captain chair from American midcentury craftsman George Nakashima. The black walnut chair has a curved, peaked backrest atop carved spindles, inspired by the Windsor chair and Shaker...
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  • George Nakashima Studio Grass Seated Chair
    By George Nakashima, George Nakashima Studio
    Located in Los Angeles, CA
    Grass-seated chair from circa 1950s production in black walnut by George Nakashima for Nakashima Studios with original seagrass seat. Two chairs available; priced individually. Meas...
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  • Pair Mira Nakashima Conoid Lounge Chairs After George Nakashima, 2000
    By George Nakashima, Mira Nakashima
    Located in Rockaway, NJ
    Pair Mira Nakashima conoid lounge chairs after George Nakashima 2000.
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