mid-century Antiques Collection
Ben Seibel for Jenfredware Steel Bookends
Ben Seibel for Jenfredware steel bookends circa 1950’s in original condition.steel form with metal plate bottom foot.
This item is located at our 1stdibs booth in the New York Design Center at 200 Lexington on the 10th floor booth number 1005.
Ben Seibel (1918-1985) is quoted as saying that the study of sculpture is one of the most important forces in his approach to design. His first love was the study of music, then painting, sculpture, architecture, and finally industrial design at Pratt after time served in the US Air Force. His started his own studio where he and his staff produced a wide variety of items, from dinnerware to glassware, from furniture to lighting, including his signature metal accessories and brass bookends.
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- Height: 6.5 in.
- Width: 4.75 in.
- Depth: 4.5 in.
- Construction: steel
- Creator: Ben Seibel for Jenfredware , usa
- Year: 1950
- Price: $650
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