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Air King 'Skyscraper' Radio Model 66 in Ivory - 1933 - Designed by Harold Van Doren and John Gordon Rideout - Air King Products Company of New York - American Art Deco Icon

Air King Skyscraper Radio Model 66 in Ivory - 1933 - Designed by Harold Van Doren and John Gordon Rideout - Air King Products Company of New York - American Art Deco Icon - Mlle

Air King Skyscraper 52

An Air King Skyscraper 52 Designed by Harold Van Doren, circa 1933 Mint green case with green on black knobs and a map of the world dial.

American art deco chest of drawers - made by Modernage, one of the dominant furniture companies in New York during the 1930s

This handsome American art deco five drawer chest was made by Modernage, one of the dominant furniture companies in New York during the Constructed of exotic veneers with ebonized wood handles, the chest sits on a recessed ebonized wood base.

Vintage 1933 AIR KING Model 66 Globe " Skyscraper ", Art Deco Radio

BEAUTIFUL, 1933 AIR KING Model 66 GLOBE " SKYSCRAPER ", ART DECO RADIO

Modernist Sterling Silver Coffee and Tea Set (c.1935) American

American Art Deco Sterling Coffee and Tea Set on Modernist tray c. 1935

For Sale on - AMERICAN ART DECO Sterling Coffee and tea set on silverplate tray c. 1935 Sterling Coffee and Tea Set: Sterling with exotic wood finials and finials Marks:

Art Deco - Fisk Radiolette and Air-King Radio ca.1930

Left: Fisk Radiolette, model Black and green phenolic. Australian, c. Right: Harold Van Doren and John Gordon Rideout, Air-King radio. Scanned from the book Art Deco

CENTURY SIX MAJESTIC American Art Deco Radio  USA  1933  This American art deco table radio known as the “Majestic 463 Century Six” was marketed in honor of the 1933 World’s Fair, “Century of Progress”, held in Chicago, the home of the Grigsby-Gunrow Company who where the makers of the Majestic Radios

CENTURY SIX MAJESTIC American Art Deco Radio

This American art deco table radio known as the “Majestic 463 Century Six” was marketed in honor of the 1933 World’s Fair, “Century of Progress”, held in Chicago, the home of the Grigsby-Gunrow Company who where the makers of the Majestic Radios.

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