… widely assorted items (from an orchid to a death-mask) borrowed from the world's markets, exhibition halls and homes.
Rocking Chair in Bent Steel Rods, Removable Padded Seat and Back Cushions. Designer: Ernest Race. ("British Furniture Today"—Tiranti.)
The Death Mask of Modigliani, Taken by Lipchitz. It is an Accessory to the Collection of Modern and Primitive Art in the House of Mr. and Mrs. Bernaid Reis of New York City. Rebecca Reis is Director of the Louis Carre Gallery. (Photographed in "Interiors".)
Bassett & Vollum's Chinese Tile Wallpaper, A Large 20 Inch Square Design, Impressive and Magnificient with its Ancient Stone Carving Motifs. Chalky, Dusty Tones of Smokey Tan on a Deep Ivory Ground Emphasize the Old-World Quality. ("Interiors")
Sterling Silver Tea Set With Handles of Wicker. Desinger: Henning Koppel Makers: Georg Jensen Silversmiths Ltd Den Mark ("Decorative Art 1954-55").
Sideboard-Cum-Dining Unit in Natural Oak Veneer: The Table Top Folds in Half and Slides Back Under the Glass Fronted Shelves. Four Padded Top Stools Fit Under the Unit. (From William Perring, Photographed in "House Beautiful").
Statue of Spring in the Courtyard of a Coventry House is the Focus of the Court and is Reflected in a Shallow Pool. (Ideal Home).
The Flower of the Paphiopedilums—A Very Popular Orchid that can be very Readily Cultivated by the Amateur. The Common Name "Lady's Slipper" was Derived from the Inflated Pouch.
Chair Mounted on Steel Rod Base Held in Position by Four Bolts, Shell Moulded in Fibrenyle Plastic with Latex Foam Headrest and Seat Cushion, Covered in Brown Pile Fabric with the Outside Back in Contrasting Material. Designer: Dennis Young.
Child's High Chair—Period About 1650 (Metropolitan Museum).