VINTAGE: A great abstract wall relief by Earl Neiman. (brother of LeRoy) It is signed and dated 1965. I have the proposal presentation sketch to go along with it and it notes the title of the piece as Volcanic Concerto. It appears to have a base of carved, dense foam covered in gold and silver metallic resin with touches of red and blue. The piece measures 33x48 inches. It's really amazing! $3,550.- Statement from the consignor...Anno (Annelore Stern) was a one-off, as they say. She, along with my father, two other brothes and her parents escaped Nazi Germany. They lost a great deal of their extended family to the camps - and off course - they lost all their wealth and belongings. She was 18 or so when they came to America. My grandfather had been an extremely successful industrialist in Essen, and they grew up in a highly cultured, educated, and privileged setting. She was a beautiful, intelligent, and engaging woman, with lots of adventures (and men) in her life; bohemian until the very end (she had a died purple patch of hair even up until her death - just one month shy of 97 years old). She spoke innumerable (4? 5?) languages fluently and was musically gifted (perfect pitch and a beautiful voice) as well as artistically talented. She lived and worked in Manhattan for many years working for the U.N.. Her friends were primarily artists,dancers, actors and writers; Leroy Neiman and his brother (also an artist), among others. She hated the cold weather of N.Y. and jumped at the opportunity to move to L.A. to work as a librarian for USC, where she worked until she retired. She performed in several choirs in L.A. until a year before she died; when standing became too difficult for her. She loved life - was ever the diva - drove us all crazy at times - and we loved her like crazy as well. As they say on the infomercials (from which she purchased all too often); “but wait wait, there’s more!” However, I’ll stop here - as this is no doubt more than you ever wanted to know.
Rare Flatweave Rug
VINTAGE: Such a rare beauty! According to the Designmuseum Danmark director it is by the company Gram Taepper and from the 1950's. The rug is in mint condition with no fading or wear. It measures 8x12 feet. $3,250.-
New-Old-Stock Mosaic Tiles
VINTAGE: A RARE discovery and oportunity...5 entire unused new-old-stock ceramic mosaic tiles in their original boxes all ready for installation! Pretty much a "barn find" Each box contains 15 10x25" sheets. 27 square feet per box. All 5 boxes add up to 202 square feet...so lots can be covered if needed. Made in Covena CA circa early fifties. $450.- per box. (for comparison, similar new tiles run around $650.- per this size box, contractor's price!)
Abstract Chicago Scene
VINTAGE: Love this one, though I sure wish I could read the signature! At least it seems to be dated 1951. It seems to be a Chicago scene in mixed media. I'm crazy about the original frame and rough fabric matte. It measures 22x19 inches. $695.-
David Green Print
VINTAGE: From the home of well-traveled collectors is a lovely abstract botanical linoleum print from 1956 by David Green. In warm neutral tones and nicely framed and measuring 18x20 inches. $225.-
Joan Perlman "Rift"
VINTAGE: A very large pastel on paper by Los Angeles artist, Joan Perlman titled Rift. Brought in from my personal collection where it hung on my wall for many years. It's signed and dated 2000 on the backside. It measures 54x42 inches and is beautifully, professionally framed. A rare opportunity, especially at this price! $2,995.-
Malcolm Leland Module Lanterns
NEW: After many, many long years, Malcolm Leland's "Module Lanterns" are once again available. Produced by Vessel/Architectural Pottery in Escondido who does an amazing job on these difficult to produce items. There are three different modules that you can combine in different combinations for different effects...wall hung or standing, indoors our out. You can put LED tealights or small plants in the openings. Use your imagination. These are natural Terra Cotta but you can have them glazed any color too. They connect with brass fasteners and stainless steel wall mounts are available. Individual pieces start at $240.- Inquire for pricing on the configurations you want!
George Mullen Abstract
VINTAGE: Here's an impressive, large abstract by Oregon artist and designer George Mullen. His talents were all over the map from paintings to sculpture to furniture design and architectural elements. In a vibrant color palette, it's painted on wood then the thin lines were carved into the wood by a tool creating reverse texture. It measures 38x50 inches. $1,275.-
VINTAGE: Moody could describe this Iron-Age themed painting by San Francisco painter Ted Wade (b.Germany 1913). Wonderful, cool color palette and a hand painted frame by the artist as well. It measures 31x36. $1,595.-
VINTAGE: Such an unusual piece! Very dimensional and textural painting (?) signed A. Turpin. Lots going on with paint, fabric, wood and who knows what else. It's nicely framed and measures 34x19 inches. $1,595.-
VINTAGE: Here's a charming little oil with an unusual subject matter....a birds-eye view of a motorway. Painted in the 1960's by Los Angeles/NYC artist Sam Amato. Nicely framed, it measures 16x18 inches. $945.-
Jack Laycox Abstract
VINTAGE: A lovely and wonderfully painted oil by San Francisco artist Jack Laycox, 1921-1984. Painted in 1965, it's titled "Edge of time" and measures 41x29 inches framed. $1,475.-
George Nelson Fireplace Tool Set
NEW: From Herman Miller. More than a set of useful accessories for tending your fireplace, Nelson Fireplace Tools encapsulate George Nelson’s ability to create objects that achieve a sense of timelessness through their inventiveness and quality. The set of tools includes a poker, shovel, brush, and floor stand. Originally produced in cast iron with occasional polished birch accents, these pieces have been updated and are now available in durable powder-coated steel with walnut. $345.-
VINTAGE: Love this! An unusual size but perfect for the subject. It's titled "Rocket Redstone" and was painted in 1958 and signed Wagner. It measures 13x50 inches framed. $975.-
American Modern Dinnerware
VINTAGE: Here's a beautiful and near mint set for six of American Modern by Russell Wright for Steubenville in production from 1939-1959. This set is in the dusty pink tone. We have many extra pieces available for purchase separately. Enough to bring the set up to 8 or even 10. This set for six with all the pieces photographed. $895.-
1970's Howard Miller Clock
VINTAGE: A really fun “Grandmother” clock possibly designed by George Nelson or Arthur Umanoff for Howard Miller in the 1970’s. A hardwood case and smoked, transparent body with typical Nelson hands. Works perfectly and chimes on the half hour. It’s an 8-day weighted movement. Measurements are 56x14x9. $985.-
Incredible Vintage Rugs
VINTAGE: We were getting low on rugs so a call to my Persian buddy was all it took. 5 beautiful rugs ranging in size and patterns and colors. These work wonderfully with Mid Century modern furnishings. All priced way below his recommended prices. Here are a few! $1,200.- to $3,250.-
NEW: From the Studio of Ole' Flensted of Denmark, his enchanting mobiles -still being produced since the mid 1950's. These six are my favorites and the ones Boomerang typically stocks but there are many others from which to choose. Well priced from $48.- to $78.- Quick tip...they are nicely boxed and make fantastic gifts!
Marcello Fantoni Sculpture
VINTAGE: An awesome hand wrought copper and wood table top sculpture by Italian Marcello Fantoni circa 1955. A trio of three bottle shapes on a walnut base. It measures 25″ tall. $285.-
George Nelson Clocks
New: A variety of wall and table clocks designed from the 1940's-1960's by the office of George Nelson. These are authorized reissues by Vitra. All are exact with quartz movements.
Higgins Glass Rondelays
NEW: Higgins Glass Studio has been making these since the early fifties just outside of Chicago. Each square or round measures 9″ from clip to clip. You can order from one to as many as you like. Choose squares or rounds or a mixture. Warm, cool or mixed color palettes in brights or muted colors. The studio has some new equipment and finally, the price has come down! $85.- each
Eames Hang It All
NEW: From Herman Miller, the playful Eames Hang It All in several optional finishes. From $195.- to $285.-
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