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By Judith Miller & Nicholas M. Dawes

The definitive, all-colour advisor for any artwork Deco fanatic, showcasing over 1,000 separately priced goods. With up to date information and suggestion from bestselling professional Judith Miller, this wonderful advisor will express you all you must find out about paintings Deco. From Clarice Cliff to Chanel, you cannot manage to pay for to shop for or promote with no it. Judith is the perfect specialist to steer either novice and skilled creditors ...' houses and Interiors

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Pieces are not always signed. The debut exhibition of sculpture by Isamu Noguchi (1904–88) was held in Schoen’s gallery in 1929. Schoen designed for the retailer Schmieg & Kotzian in the 1930s. Above: Pair of one-drawer end tables made by Schmieg, Hungate & Kotzian of New York. They are veneered in East Indian rosewood. 1930s. 75cm (20in) high £6,000–8,000 MSM Two-seater settee made by Schmieg, Hungate & Kotzian with a rosewoodveneered frame, splayed, tapering legs, and an arched and channelled back.

1930s Unmarked club chair (one of a pair) raised on rectangular block hardwood feet and reupholstered in black leather. 1930s Square club chair (one of a pair) by Modernage with its original bias-cut maroon upholstery but a new cushion cover. 5cm (34in) wide £400–600 (for both) SDR £1,200–1,800 (the pair) SDR Single-pedestal desk made by Warren McArthur Industries. Its three-drawer pedestal is finished in a black laminate and suspended in a tubular aluminium frame that incorporates the desk top, the end support, and a raised, square shelf.

5cm (49in) wide £1,500–2,000 £300–500 (the pair) SDR £1,000–1,500 SDR A M E R I C A N Large hardwood dresser by Modernage, with three open shelves above three frieze drawers and two cupboards with sliding doors. 1930s 183cm (72in) wide £600–1,000 SDR Tall dresser-chest finished in mahogany parquetry work and banding, with pyramidal amber Bakelite drawer pulls. It is marked “Made in Grand Rapids, Michigan”. 1920s Fine and rare end table designed by Russel Wright for Heywood-Wakefield. Its open shelves and two drawers are finished in contrasting veneers.

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