Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Amy Perlin Antiques - June 2010 Shipment

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These are just my style.
I love them, and  I wish I had a client for them.
If only I needed chairs..... A Set of Eight Louis XVI / Georges Jacob Style Painted Dining Chairs with Front Sabre Legs. Painted in Green with Darker Green Lining, and Upholstered in Dark Blue Horsehair. French, Circa 1940's (S-0155-08) *reupholster the seats quickly please!!!! :)
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Do you need an INSTANT banquette for your kitchen table????
How about this ?
*Dimensions: 36.50″ H x 72″ W x 23″ D A Beautiful Cuban Mahogany Railway Station Bench with Very Architectural Paneled Back. Spanish, Early 20th Century (S-0129-09)
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Is the wood gorgeous or what.
Could you use this piece?
If you could how would you upholster it 
to make it comfy and soften the look???
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Do you like the dining chairs?
Imagine how beautiful they could be re-upholstered ???
Do you like the rail station bench?
And I can see the railway station bench with a big cushy bench seat,
with the back filled with ultra down pillows in many fabrics.

contact:

306 East 61st Street
4th Floor
New York NY 10065
(212) 593-5756 phone
(212) 593-5240 fax
hours: 10 - 6, Monday - Friday


www.amyperlinantiques.com 

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9 comments:

  1. Those chairs are to die for. I am in love.

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  2. I like the banquette it is great. When I was in the city this past year I came by her shop bit alas, it was closed.
    I did a little window peeking, it was fab!
    L.

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  3. I would grab up those chairs in a heartbeat.

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  4. I like the bench, it would ne great in an entry hall. I'd make one long cushion. The chairs are very sharp and yes they need to be recovered and get rid of the nailheads. Mamma

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  5. Did you know Amy Perlin recently passed away?
    So sad to lose her.
    xo xo

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  6. I would love to have those chairs! So, sad she is gone...

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  7. I really do love them, Renee. I don't think that I would upholster the bench....I'd just have loose cushions on it. Beautiful pieces. XXXX

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  8. oh my...........
    i am was obviously out of 'the loop' when ms perlin passed.
    we have certainly lost a keen eye
    haven't we?

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  9. I was stunned when I read that Amy Perlin just died. I had just done an interview with French magazine who asked me about my favorite places to shop for clients, one of them was Amy Perlin. God bless her soul...she will be so missed

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