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https://auctions.toomeyco.com/asp/searc ... ale_no=115
Also an upoholstered hassock from the Price Tower...presumably from the PriceÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s apartment or executive office?
https://treadwaygallery.com/auction/20t ... ch=display
https://auctions.toomeyco.com/asp/fullC ... o=+++24017
There is also a Usonian square coffee table (see lot 38 )
https://auctions.toomeyco.com/asp/fullC ... o=+++24167
The listing notes the table as:
Pics of the Exhibition house here:...probably designed this coffee table for the Usonian House Exhibit: 60 Years of Living Architecture, held from October 9 to November 15, 1953 in New York City on the grounds that would eventually become the Guggenheim Museum.
The use of the word "probably" in the description gives pause...the copper edge appears consistent, but the table has been used at a number of houses and reproductions have been made individually...check for provenance?
https://auctions.toomeyco.com/asp/searc ... lue=Wright
Toomey’s is having a sale on May 6 2020 with the less commonly seen Wright cabinet and desk on the block. Prices look reasonable.