Three times I have asked for the price of an item only to be told it was not for sale. And when I have been told the prices, they are usually ridiculous. There's inventory still there from when the store opened 5 or 6 years ago--I'm guessing he isn't financialy dependent on sales (or service). Good stuff, but not a good vibe.
Apartment Therapy New York | City Foundry: Antique and Fine Objects
|1/19/08 10:29 AM|
I second the Brno and Breuer comment--tubular steel chairs have a slight give to them that makes them more comfortable than wood. I have a pair of old Mies MR side chairs and they're very good over the long haul.
Apartment Therapy - Top 10: Dining Chairs
|11/28/07 12:15 PM|
The table and chairs are not Olsen. The Olsen chairs have three legs, while Urchin's have four. Also, the Olsen table doesn't curve out slightly around the rim, which IMO is the detail that makes the piece.
#20 - London Urchin's Jewelry Box
|4/27/07 12:35 PM|