Got that swagger lamp.

26 Apr


3 matching lamps for 10.00 in Davis.

150.00 for this sleek looking floor lamp in Oakland.


180.00 in Danville

350.00 for this topsy turvey plycraft in Sacramento.

3200.00 in Cow Hollow SF.
Seller: “Original Eames Lounge chair – Rose Wood with matching Ottoman- very good condition for sale.”


85.00 in Lower Haight.

Not Midmod but decently cute and 40.00 in Oakland.




4900.00 …yeah you saw it right.
Seller:
This is one of two Eames 1950’s original storage units for sale. The size of this unit is the same as the other: 47″ long, 16″ deep and 32.5″ tall. This unit is completely open shelves. This is the 200 series with two shelves stacked. As with all units it has cold-rolled chrome-plated steel angles with resistance-welded diagonal rod bracing. The shelf tops are 3/4″ birch with a veneer of black plastic laminate. The filler panels are 1/8″ Masonite with a baked enamel finish (in eight colors) in this case brilliant blue and orange were used. Produced from 1950-55.

This unit has always had a fitted glass over the surface of the entire top. The only damage to that area are two very small scratches and a small dimple. The blue panel of the piece has had something drip down the side, I purchased it that way. I think that it could be repaired, but I am not sure, (see photo #3) otherwise it is in very good condition for its age.”
And this one.




6900.00
Seller:
“This is one of two of my Eames 1950’s original storage units for sale. The size of this unit is the same as the other: 47″ long, 16″ deep and 32.5″ tall. This unit has right hand upper 2 drawers, left hand upper 3 drawers and shelves with two sliding doors below. This is the 200 series with two shelves stacked. As with all units it has cold-rolled chrome-plated steel angles with resistance-welded diagonal rod bracing. The shelf tops are 3/4″ birch with a veneer of black plastic laminate. The filler panels are 1/8″ Masonite with a baked enamel finish (in eight colors) in this case brilliant blue, orange and yellow were used. The drawers are made of plywood and the top of the unit is walnut. Produced from 1950-55.

This unit has always had a fitted glass over the surface of the entire top. There is minimal damage to that area just small scratches and the original finish. As is pictured, the trim on the sliding doors has in one case disappeared and in the other case partially broken. I feel that it is an easy repair with no consequences to the value of the unit.”

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3 Responses to “Got that swagger lamp.”

  1. Gretchen April 26, 2011 at 3:48 pm #

    Likin’ that lamp!

  2. Rose April 26, 2011 at 4:10 pm #

    The floor lamp? I like that one loads. The tops to those cones are wonderful.

  3. Gretchen April 27, 2011 at 4:38 pm #

    Yes, that floor lamp. It’s haunting me.

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