Fresh Finds: Roger Capron Vessels, Minimalist Bench, Modernist Lucite Lamp + More

. Tuesday, January 11, 2011

A rare matched set of Roger Capron oil, vinegar, and honey vessels. Featuring whimsical biomorphic shapes decorated with brightly colored hand-painted glaze, these vessels are from Capron's free-form ceramic series, which were produced from 1949 to 1969.

A fine modernist table lamp featuring a cylindrical steel shade enameled in a bright Pop-era yellow, a chrome tilt-adjustment knob, and a base made from a single sheet of folded white lucite.

A minimalist bench designed with an architectural linearity reminiscent of both Florence Knoll's T-angle series, and George Nelson's Steelframe series. Featuring an enameled steel frame and an upholstered seat cushion in its original bright yellow hopsack.

A nicely detailed alligator leather case with interior mirror.  Signed to hardware Made in USA.

A fine Modernist pendant lamp featuring multi-tiered flared louvers of copper and orange enamel, with an arrangement reminiscent of the work of Poul Henningsen. Most likely by Lyfa or Fog & Morup.

Via Modern Love, with many more great finds to come.


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