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The 1940’s closed console with cerused oak frame and parchment marquetry door panels from Pascal Boyer Gallery is attributed to the French designer Jean Pascaud; it confidently anchors one end wall of the hallway in a large New York City apartment.

The hand forged oil-rubbed bronze ‘Stiges I’ wall sconces with stitched silk shades were designed in 1960; they are from Roman Thomas.

The pair of c.1900 patinated bronze organic root candlesticks designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany are from Ophir Gallery, and the bulbous ‘Granny Smith Green’ 1950’s vase from was an eBay find.

The paneling and walls are painted in DKC #9 from the Donald Kaufman Color Collection .

And finally, the c. 1970 framed artwork is by the artist Harvey Quaytman; it is quite unique in that it is two sided with another complete drawing on the reverse side.