Pacific Palisades Mid-century Modern Masterpiece
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Sat Jan 25 – 8am to 3pm
Sun Jan 26 – 9am to 3pm
Mon Jan 27 – 10am to 2pm
This amazing architectural home was designed by William Stephenson for a prominent pioneering psychiatrist / published author and his talented artist wife. Sitting on four-acres in the heart of Pacific Palisades; this Mid Century gem has been occupied by the same family since the 1950’s. Over the years they accumulated fine art and curios from around the world, enough to fill a museum!
It’s full of an eclectic array of modern art such as a huge Brutalist iron mobile sculpture crafted in 1962 by Gene Montez Flores.
This sprawling estate is chocked full of original Modernism ceramics, world wide collectables including Pre Columbian antiquities, Asian / Chinese porcelain, bronzes and Jade, Japanese Netsukes, vintage African, Oceanic / New Guinea tribal artwork and sculpture, (life size vintage Papa New Guinea ancestor figure) vintage artic polar explorer fur lined jumpsuit and gloves plus a huge library of fine and rare books.
There is fabulous Limoges and Wedgwood fine china, antique Delft tiles, vintage cut glass crystal, upright piano, Jazz and classical Lp’s Vinyl records, Cd’s, stereo equipment, early English Jacobean and Edwardian / French antique furniture, Mid Century Modern furniture including Lucite and Danish Teak, vintage toys including old Steiff stuffed plush animals and many whimsical oddities. Way too much to itemize!
There are desks, dressers, chairs, vintage raw silk sofas, Eero Saarinen style marble topped Tulip coffee table and Tulip dining room table with 4 chairs, four queen beds and a king size Country French bed, daybed, vintage golden cream velvet fainting sofa, lounge chairs, vintage 1960’s Russell Woodard Brown and Jordan patio table and chair set, designer lamps and lighting, vintage copper pots, lots of gourmet kitchen items and a huge selection of potted plants and succulents in a green house enough to fill a nursery!
Come and see this truly great Los Angeles landmark estate.