Montag, 30. Januar 2012

Typisch, Eine Runde Ecke

Schon oft gesehen, an Uhren, und Sideboards, daher mal besser dokumentieren. This American art deco radio was designed by Walter Dorwin Teague (1883 – 1960) for the Sparks-Worthington Company, Jackson, Michigan and introduced in 1936. It was produced until 1940. The radio, known as the “sled” is a marvel of art deco streamline style. Three ebonized wood bands on the left and five chromed bands on the right encase a body of cobalt blue mirror. The radio is 8 ¾” x 17 ½” x 8 3/8” and is in excellent condition.

Walter Dorwin Teague American Art Deco Blue Mirror Sparton Radio

A superb American art deco electric clock designed by Gilbert Rohde (1896 – 1944) for the Herman Miller Company in 1933. The case is in Maidou burl veneer with white face, black hands, red second hand and three “speed” stripes. The clock is Number 4082-B in the company literature and was in the 1933 and 1937 catalogs and also in the special catalog for the 1934 Chicago World’s Fair. The face is marked “Herman Miller Clock Co., Zeeland, Mich, USA”. The clock is 13” wide x 6 ¾” high and 2 ½” deep.Gilbert Rohde American Art Deco Burlwood Clock

Anderes Design im Zifferblatt, auch von Gilbert Rohde..
Gilbert Rohde Burlwood Clock
An American art deco clock designed in 1933 by Kem Weber (1889 – 1963). The copper body with brass trim asymmetrically flows with the top curving down and the right side curving back. Analogue ivorine digital numbers show hours, minutes and seconds. A tag on the back reads “Lawson Electric Clock”, “Pat. # 1990645”, “Lawson Time Inc., Pasadena, Ca.”, “Style No. 304”. The clock measures 8” x 3 ¾” x 3 ½” high.KEM Weber Zephyr Clock

Ronson introduced this streamline American art deco Touch Tip cigarette lighter and dispenser in 1936. the body is chrome and enamel with speed lines and plates. The top lifts up with a three disc knob to reveal a cigarette storage area and a lever on the side dispenses the cigarettes one at a time. The Touch Tip lighting mechanism is functional. The combo sits on four chrome pad feet and is marked “Fashioned by Ronson, Newark, NJ”. It is 7 ¾” long x 4 ½” wide x 4 ½” high.
A Ronson TOUCH TIP American Art Deco Cigarette Lighter and Dispenser

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