SO you missed the boat on Russel Wright, Gustav Stickley, Heywood-Wakefield and T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings.
But there are still affordable pieces around by another big-name 20th-century furniture designer, Paul McCobb.
His style was pure 50's: his work was mass-produced, so there was a lot of it around. There still is, at flea markets and contemporary-antiques stores, and his style has undergone a resurgence in popularity. (read the full article)
The New York Times
By MARIA RICAPITO
Published: June 20, 1996
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