Grouping includes: Sofa w/attached corner table: 123"L x 29"H x 30"D Loveseat: 74.5"L x 29"H x 30"D Coffee table: 34" x 34" Removeable lower & back cushions each tufted with buttons Fabric - woven, beautiful deep turquoisey-blue, excellent condition Very heavy, sits low to the floor Wooden Base: walnut(?) Teak(?) secured with wooden plugs bottom of seating area is made with curved wooden/bamboo(?) slats No signs of manufacturer/designer but label mentions NYC Overall, the pieces are all in excellent condition. In terms of comparables, I found this on Chairish.com https://www.chairish.com/product/2859816/mid-century-danish-modern-adrian-pearsall-style-sofa (very similar but arms are different) I have pics that I can send.
The grouping was in a cabin that we purchased. Cabin was built in 1975ish. This grouping and various lights/chandeliers were included.
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A comment on comparables - Chairish (and 1stDibs etc) are retail websites whereas the values Mearto provides are fair-market, for auction purposes, which are a fraction (1/2-1/4) of retail value. But they can be tremendously helpful in researching for attributions, etc. In this case, I'm quite familiar with Pearsall's designs and think it's similar to - but not quite right - to make an attribution to him. This style was popular among many designers in the 1960s and later that without more information (like a label, factory mark etc) it is difficult to make a more concrete attribution.
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A vintage MidCentury Modern walnut living room set
Unattributed American maker, circa 1960s
Comprising: a four-seat couch with attached end table in blue wool, a three-seat couch in blue wool, and a coffee table
four seat sofa w/attached corner table: 29 inches high, 123 inches long, 30 inches deep
three-seat sofa: 29 inches high, 74 1/2 inches long, 30 inches deep
Coffee table: (height), 34 inches wide, 34 inches deep
CONDITION: client attests these pieces are in excellent condition
PROVENANCE: acquired with a property purchase
$4,000-6,000 for the set*
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.
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