Michael Bruno, founder of 1stdibs and the new Housepad App, will be selling an array of enviable art, antiques and vintage design from his personal collection in a One Kings Lane Tastemaker Tag Sale beginning today at 11 a.m. and running through June 10.
Gathered on Bruno's travels over the last 15 years, more than 300 pieces are up for purchase, including furniture, lighting, paintings and decorative collectibles that Bruno acquired on European trips he took to sign up new dealers for 1stdibs. Ranging from $150 to $16,000, some of the highlights from the collection are as diverse as a pair of 17th century Dutch mahogany pillow cabinets, a set of pinball machines from the 1970s, antique gymnastic equipment, and gigantic fossilized whale bones. Visit the sale here.
17th century Dutch Kussen Kast in carved walnut and oak; pair of monumental whale bones on metal stands
Bamboo-Style Low Chairs, Pair
Vintage Bally pinball machine with illustrations of Lonnie Anderson and Burt Reynolds
Vintage leather pommel horse used for men's gymnastics
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