ChandelierGino Sarfatti (1912-1985)
This “Sputnik” chandelier refers to the 1957 satellite that sparked the Space Race. Sarfatti’s iconic design captures the tension of time with its precariously balanced brass arms that manage to find equilibrium in seeming defiance of gravity.
16 arms with candelabra sockets.
“Chaneau” DresserRobert Marinelli, edited by BGA
Black piano lacquered main body, with three “bands” of carved silver oak drawers featuring silvered bronze handles. The insides of the drawers are lined with felt. Custom sizes, finishes, materials available.
A new interpretation of a classical 1950’s design. The wooden structure partially veneered and mostly covered in colored cast glass panels, adorned with brass hardware and trim on the edges.
“Chaneau” Dresser $49,500
The New Bronze Age
What is it about bronze? A romantic partnership of two metals melded together to form something greater than their respective parts, bronze is the decorative embodiment of solidity and strength. Bronze has always required trade, and even today this lustrous marriage of organic ores, long associated with spiritual reliquaries from ancient Greece to Southeast Asia, provides us with a robust vessel for dialogue.