A beautifully streamlined, extra-long sofa of mid-century design, this beauty is most likely an Adrian Pearsall from Craft Associates.
Pearsall produced wrought iron and wood furniture for department stores from the early 50s through the late 60s when the company was sold to the Lane Company. Although there is no identifying tag with this particular sofa, it bears strong similarities to his designs pictured in the family’s catalog of his work.
This chair was acquired along with the sofa, and covered in the same upholstery. The two items may have been a custom order, or perhaps purchased from Macy’s, which carried the Craft Associates furniture in the 50s and 60s.
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