I'll preface by saying I hope this doesn't violate rule #4 of the Forum Guidelines. I'm not really selling directly here but thought some of these items that might have some architectural-significance and see what if any interest there would be or suggestions on selling this type of stuff other than the obvious like FB Marketplace etc.
I have a couple MCM (Mid-Century Modern) furniture pieces that I will likely be listing for sale soon and some of these items might look nice in the Wedgwood Tour of Homes.
- An MCM medium-sized round dark wooden tea table (it sits higher than a coffee table but is not big enough for dining on but I guess two people could awkwardly dine around it), I would say it would be well situated to hold a lamp between two arm chairs.
- An MCM bigger round Lane coffee table (very low to ground). This has some cool lines to it.
- Some cool MCM white upholstered arm chairs (sit pretty low to ground too). Might sell as a set with the Lane table.
- "Someone" has been trying to get me to part with my wooden mechanically-adjustable drafting table that really hasn't been used for 25-years or more. This is 30x42 and it came from General Mills and has followed me from place-to-place for years now. I had another huge 36x48 "portable" MDF drafting table in architecture school that we had to carry to class each day and "someone" just took it one day and ran off with it.
- I have (8) Emeco 1104 Navy Arm Chairs with Wooden seats that need a new home. Trying to do some more research on those, as they retail new for over $1,200 each. I actually have potentially (8) more out in Parker County if there's a motivated buyer. Would look cool in a coffee shop or a Scandinavian style home.
- Lots of cool vintage cameras and typewriters. I wouldn't say I am a collector but sure feels like it sometimes. I didn't really buy most of this stuff to hold on to long term but it is starting to feel long term with as much space as it is taking up.
Emeco 1104 Arm Chair: