Highly Carved Art Deco Walnut Paneled Room

$58,500.00

SKU: M221791 Categories: ,

Art Deco walnut paneled room from the upper floor of the Vesey Barclay Verizon building in lower Manhattan. This is an incredible piece of history from the landmark building that was recently restored. The wood paneling is in the same style as the carved limestone and bronze decor of the façade of the renown entry of the building. The building was constructed from 1923 to 1927, and was designed in the Art Deco style by Ralph Walker of the firm McKenzie, Voorhees & Gmelin. This building is widely considered by historians to be the first Art Deco building erected in Manhattan. This lot consists of portions of three rooms of solid carved American walnut panels, crown molding, baseboard, and additional window and door trim. The panels are beautifully book matched and maintain their original finish and the crown molding is heavily carved with Art Deco animals, nuts and foliage. The crown molding is 10.5 in. and 11 in. Each room has windows, doorways, radiators and other obstructions, so the linear footage of paneling varies in each room. Please email for detailed spec sheets and drawings.

Additional information

Inventory no.

M221791

Availability

One available

Dimensions

Room A 16.29 ft. x 12.91 ft., room B 17 ft. x 25 ft., room C 33 ft. L x 18.5 ft. W x 12 ft. H.

Location

Scranton warehouse

Length (in.)

396

Width (in.)

222

Color

Dark wood tone

Height (in.)

144

Composition

Walnut

Period

1920s

Salvaged from

New York City building

Sold as

Set

Style

Art Deco