Paul Frankl Cabinet, Circa 1960

Dealer Reference: LU90251111686
Period: 1960
Origin: United States
Sale Price: $7,500
Width: 72"w
Height/Length: 32.5"h
Depth/Diameter: 20.5"d
Number of Items Offered: 1
Condition: Very good, small nicks and wear to wood, refinished at sometime. Minor flaws and light surface imperfections exist even in 'very good' or 'restored' items due to age and patina. Please do not expect 'like new' condition.
Product Description:
Cabinet/server/buffet with cork top, \"X\" form handles, seven drawers and two doors each revealing an adjustable shelf by Paul Frankl. \'After Frankl completed his architectural studies at the Berlin Polytechnic, he traveled, spending time in Berlin and Copenhagen before arriving in the United States in April 1914. He settled in New York City and brought with him an outsider’s fresh perspective and an enthusiasm for forging a uniquely American design aesthetic. Frankl began as an architect and later switched to designing and painting fine art and furniture. In the years between the two world wars he, more than any other designer, helped shape the distinctive look of American modernism... After he later relocated to Los Angeles and opened a gallery on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, celebrities such as Fred Astaire, Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, Walter Huston and Alfred Hitchcock became clients.\' {source: wikipedia)
Dealer Information:
Objects 20c
West Palm Beach, FL, 33405
United States
Phone: 561-659-0403