As I continue to downsize in anticipation of my move west, I become more willing to part with treasured pieces. After stalking Craig's List obsessively to get a handle on what I might find in my rental price range, it is clear I will not have near as much space. So here are a few special pieces that I truly hate to part with but the time has come.
I found this mid-century Thonet china cabinet in L.A. back in the early 90's. Made from plywood, Thonet perfected the bending of it into its design. However because plywood is "bendable" it is also delicate and it is rare to see one in such good condition.
This cowboy is a vintage decanter that makes room for shot glasses along his sides. I saw this in a shop window in NYC many years ago and had to have it.
On the "to go" list is this beautiful salmon pink chair I found while living in Athens. The original 1950's upholstery is in great condition as are the springs and cushion.
I love this large danish modern cabinet but at 53 inches wide I am pretty sure I won't have room for it. I currently use it in my office because of its great storage space, it would also make a great media cabinet.
Interested in Buying?
If you are in or near Atlanta and would like to purchase any of these items, see a list of other items up for grabs and/or make an appointment to hunt through my personal collection then click the handy button above. Think of it as a by appointment-estate sale!
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