New York, Circa 1938 A set of three sofas designed by Tommi Parzinger for Lawrence Rockefeller circa 1938.
New York, Circa 1938 A set of three sofas designed by Tommi Parzinger for Lawrence Rockefeller circa 1938. The sofas all on curved mahogany saber legs, each with low back and tight upholstered seat and back with brass nail head trim. The leather new in “parzinger blue.” The sofas demonstrate Parzinger’s early design aesthetic described in a 1938 review in the New York Times as “simple forms, modern because they are reduced to their simplest element, but graceful because of the delicately curved lines.” These sofas from the Rockefeller home in Tarrytown, New York are documented with Parzinger vanity and chair from the same period. The sofas all in perfect restored condition, one settee is a custom replica.
Dimensions: Large Sofa: 29.5 H x 24 D x 95” W (33” overall depth) Small Sofas, each: 29.5 H x 24 D x 67.5” (29” overall depth)
Excellent original condition
|Dimensions||95 × 24 × 29.5 in|
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