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Gio Ponti Chandelier
Gio Ponti Chandelier  
Gio Ponti Chandelier

Gio Ponti
ca 1900
aluminum, steel, brass

For over fifty years The Roseland in Times Square
has played host to many of the greats from Duke
Ellington to the Rolling Stones. When the renowned
venue underwent renovation in the 1970s the Gio
Ponti lights that graced the grand ballroom were
removed. They have now been fully restored by
craftsmen in our Tribeca location in Lower Manhattan.

6 available in the 6 arm Gio Ponti Chandelier
[shown]. Only 1 available in the 24 arm chandelier, image not shown. All are in very good, restored condition.

6 arm chandelier: 24”h x 46”Ø

24 arm chandelier: 24”h x 8’Ø

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Nestler Drafting Table  
Nestler Drafting Table

ca 1950

The steel base of the Nestler Drafting Table is
finished in polished nickel. When the right foot
pedal is pressed, it releases the mechanism
to allow for adjusting the angle and changing
the height. The left pedal locks it into place. This restored drafting table has a new acrylic top measuring 60” x 39 1/2” l x 15/16” d.

Acrylic top: 60”w x 39 1/2”l x 15/16”d
Base: 37 1/2”w x 25 1/2”d

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Brooklyn Fox Theater Mirror  
Brooklyn Fox Theater Mirror

ca 1900
glass mirror

This peach mirror was salvaged from Downtown
Brooklyn’s Fox Theater. The theater was designed
by architect C. Howard Crane. It opened on August
21, 1928 and seated 4,305 guests. By the early
1960s, the Fox Theater was a popular concert venue
hosted by influential rock and roll impresario and disc
jockey, Murray Kaufman, professionally known as Murray the K.

This acid-etched peach colored mirror depicting
underwater scenes along with seventeen others,
lined the theater’s original lobby. It was in front of
these mirrors that Murray the K coined the phrase “Rock ‘n’ Roll”.

It is in mint condition.

58”w x 88 1/2”h

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