Paul Smith Furniture Shop

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9 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London. W1S 4BL.
Phone: 020 7493 4565


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Paul Smith opened his furniture shop, 9 Albemarle Street, in the heart of Mayfair in October 2005. The aim was to create a shop that would showcase a varied selection of original and unique antiques, objects, art and curiosities sourced from around the world. The shop has a constantly changing and unexpected combination of treasures. While some are original pieces others are given a new lease of life with a Paul Smith twist. All items share the fact that they are unique.

Ceramic Coloured Fish and Stand - Sylvie Du Plessis: Ceramic coloured fish by Sylvie Du Pleissis. The fish are presented on a steel stand with a black finish. Colours and blackness, brightness and ruggedness, cracks and smooth appearance. French Contemporary 
Desk – 1970s Handcrafted Studio Desk: Handcrafted studio desk attributed to Michael Coffey’s adventurous and ambitious wood craftsmanship. Coffey was influenced by his East Coast contemporaries such as George Nakashima, Wendell Castle, Wharton Esherick, and Walker Reed. While his contemporaries inspired him, he resolved not to copy them and carved new paths using his innate ability to engineer the most structurally solid, uniquely sculptured furniture with flare and wit. U.S.A 1970s, Height 74.5 cm, Width 250 cm, Depth 84 cm, American cherry wood. 
Antique Lamp - 1970s Sea Urchin Lamp: Sea Urchin table lamp, USA 1970s This eccentric and quirky table lamp epitomises the cut metal work that was so prominent in the USA in the 60s and 70s by names such as Curtis Jere and Harry Weese. In this case actual sea urchin shells have been used to provide a textural contrast to the metal work and are both an amusing an inventive form of lampshade. The sea urchins become the ‘flowers’ on this potted plant table lamp which would add a humourous touch to any home. U.S.A 1970s, Height: 62 cm, Depth: 45 cm, Brass and sea urchin shell.

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