Probably American, but I can't find any like them and thought combined with the tile top that these might be Italian. Anyone seen any like this or have any clues?
I found a few of these chairs, and the only mark I can find is from International Designers Group.
These are not wrought iron. Wrought iron is iron shaped by a blacksmith in a forge.
I'm in the Boston area, and had never heard of Metropolitan before I saw this loveseat, but recognized it as high qua
Thank you! It is rather similar. Obviously not a copy but a loose interpretation if that was the inspiration.
Thanks for looking Spanky. I'll go with most likely Italian walnut.
Bumping to see if anyone has ever seen legs like this with the big brass tips on the end.
Based on construction details these definitely look like more recent copies with modifications of what was a very pop
I think minimoma was right that you need to start with the design quality of the piece and then decide how much time
I've seen those pins in cast brass, used in built-in furniture from the turn of the century (1900).
Thanks, you got me googling - and I don't understand what I found.
Most Danish furniture of this era was shipped flat and assembled on arrival in the new country - much like Ikea furni