Scott always dials it in with a great display. Having some really good pieces to show off doesn't hurt either.
Vintage Cynthia Sargent rug at 10 Ten.
The George Nelson sofa is a good one too.
David Cressey pots with Malcolm Leland door and birdhouse, at the Reform booth
Gimme that Doyle Lane.
Espenet dining set at Reform
Jerry Ackerman messing around with Gerard in front of three Ackerman pieces at the Reform booth.
Jerry is such a cool guy. He remembers every little detail about his and Evelyn's pieces.
The wall of Myrton Purkiss at Reform
Beatrice Wood and Paul Soldner at the Lisa Cliff Collection
Archive was showing vintage work by artist Brian Neary.
Back in the day Brian's graphic art studio was across from Bill Curry's Design Line showroom in El Segundo.
I like that they honored that history with the Design Line lamps.
Didier from London was at the show again with their insane offering of jewelry by sculptors.
This is the Louise Nevelson case.
Earrings by George Rickey at Didier. Not just any lady could pull these off.
They had a smaller pair last year.
You know, just some Alexander Calder jewelry at Didier.
They had some Bertoia as well.
Ettore Sottsass necklace at Didier
Claire Falkenstein at Didier
One of the cleanest George Nelson Home Office desks I've ever seen, at the LAMA booth.
It looks great on a tatami mat too.
Louise Nevelson prints at LAMA
Peter Shire desk at The Window
Always with a show stopper, Off the Wall had Raymond Loewy's custom Jaguar in their booth.
Loewy with his Jaguar Type E in Paris.
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