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Paul Frankl Furniture

Austrian, 1886-1958
Austrian, 1886-1958
Born in Vienna, Paul Frankl came to the United States in 1914 as part of a wave of Central European design luminaries — among them Kem Weber, Rudolph Schindler, and Richard Neutra — who were drawn by the energy and optimism of the American scene. Prolific and protean, Frankl would go on to design furnishings that are emblematic of nearly every key stylistic chord in American modernism, from the streamlined Art Deco to free-form organic shapes.

     His “Skyscraper” cabinets, introduced in 1924, are Frankl’s earliest and best-known designs (and the work by which he is most often represented in institutions, such as New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art). Tall and narrow, the pieces have staggered shelves meant to mimic the setbacks of Manhattan office towers. A later visually expressive line — the “Speed” chairs and sofas, which have a raked profile suggesting motion — links Frankl to Donald Deskey, Raymond Loewy and other creators of “Streamlined Moderne” design.

     Frankl moved to Los Angeles in 1934 and luxuriated in the climate and lifestyle. His designs became lighter and simpler and found an audience among the Hollywood élite. (Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant and Fred Astaire were clients.) Fascinated by Asian arts, Frankl produced numerous pieces — tabletops with edges that curve upward; sofas and chairs with rattan frames — inspired by Chinese and Japanese forms and materials. In the 1940s, Frankl became one of the first designers to incorporate free-form, biomorphic shapes in his work, as well as novel upholstery fabrics such as denim and nubby wool.

     Frankl biographer Christopher Long argues that the designer’s easy, elegant aesthetic had an enormous influence on movie set design. As the furniture below attests, Paul Frankl’s work is ready for its close-up.

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Paul Frankl Model 5005 Coffee Table in Cork
By Paul Frankl
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture, coffee table 'No 5005', lacquered cork, mahogany, USA, 1950s. This biomorphic shaped coffee table designed by Paul Frankl has a cork laminated t...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Cork

Pair of Stools American Cork by Paul Frakl in Brown Wood, 1960s
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Milano, IT
Pair of stools designed by American designer Paul Frankl in 1960s for the Johnson Furniture Company. The pair of stools are made with a seat in an elegant and resistant cork. While i...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood, Cork

High Chest in Silver Cerused Oak with Nickel "X" Fittings by Paul Frankl
By John Stuart Inc., Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
This sophisticated high chest was designed by Paul Frankl for the Johnson Furniture Company circa 1950. The chest is a first-rate example of Frankl's midcentury work, which was influ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Oak

Mid-Century Double Dresser with X-Shaped Drawer Pulls
By Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
Mid-century double dresser with ten drawers with X-shaped metal drawer pulls (Paul Frankl).  
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20th Century Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood, Teak, Walnut

Paul Frankl Tiered Mid-Century Modern Side or Occasional Table for Saltman Brown
By Paul Frankl
Located in Studio City, CA
Elegantly designed and solidly crafted. This piece is from renowned designer Paul Frankl and was manufactured exclusively by Brown Saltman. It would make a beautiful addition to any ...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Oak

Pair of Paul Frankl Ivory Lacquered Nightstands with Brass X Pulls, circa 1950
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Saint Louis, MO
Everyone loves Paul Frankl furniture. A pillar of design, he created some of the most iconic midcentury pieces of furniture. And here we have a lovely pair of Paul Frankl ivory lacqu...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Brass

Paul Frankl Dining Table
By Paul Frankl
Located in Atlanta, GA
Elegant cork top dining table, designed by Paul Frankl for The Johnson Furniture Company, American, circa 1940s. This table is currently being refinished and can be completed in your...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl for Brown-Saltman Blonde Mahogany End Table, Late 1930s
By Paul Frankl
Located in San Francisco, CA
A professionally refinished late 1930s model 8088 end table in blonde ribbon mahogany by Paul Frankl for Brown-Saltman, as pictured in Emily Genauer’s 1939 book “Modern Interiors - T...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany

American Mid-Century Modern Pair of Walnut Step End Tables by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl, Barzilay
Located in San Diego, CA
Very rare of atomic age step end tables designed by Paul Frankl, circa 1950's in walnut finish with black lacquer accents, freshly refinished very rare set hard to find.
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Walnut

Pair of Cork Top End Tables by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl
Located in Dallas, TX
A pair of mahogany and cork end tables designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture.
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1950s Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

Paul Frankl Cork and Ebonized Oak Console Table
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Minimal, Paul Frankl model 5008 console table for Johnson Furniture Company features a natural beige cork top with folded ebonized oak legs.
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Oak, Cork

Early 1950's Paul Frankl Desk Vanity for John Stuart Johnson Furniture
By John Stuart, Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Dallas, TX
This fine example of early 1950's streamlined furniture designed by Paul T. Frankl and made by Johnson Furniture Company. Two-tone black satin lacquer and bleached wood finish make t...
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1950s American Art Deco Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood

1930s Art Deco Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman Side Table
By Paul Frankl
Located in Miami, FL
1930s Art Deco Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman Side Table Offered for sale is a Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman side table in ebonized mahogany. The table is circa the 1930s and in or...
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1930s Art Deco Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany

Paul Frankl Combed Wood Buffet or Credenza for Brown Saltman
By Paul Frankl
Located in Van Nuys, CA
This Mid-Century Modern buffet or credenza by Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman Company features his trademark combed wood sides with black lacquer top. It is branded beneath "Brown-S...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Brass

Exceptional Paul Frankl Free-Standing Desk in Mahogany and Cork
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture, rare free-standing desk, cork, mahogany, brass, United Stated, 1940s Rare desk by Paul Frankl designed in the 1940s. Two compartments of drawers...
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1940s American Art Deco Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl Pair of Dark Walnut Bedside Tables with X Pulls, 1950s
By Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
Pair of bedside tables in dark walnut with 2 drawers and one pull-down compartment, all with X pulls, by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture, American, 1950's (signed in drawer). These...
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1950s North American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Nickel

Wood Console Table in the Manner of Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl
Located in Pasadena, TX
Wood console table in the manner of Paul Frankl Wood construction Slim tapered sabre legs. Measure: 35".  
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Walnut

Greek Key Coffee Table by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Atlanta, GA
Greek key coffee table, designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture, American, circa 1950s. This piece is currently being refinished and can be completed in your choice of color. T...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood, Mahogany

1950s Round Brown Cork and Mahogany Coffee Table by Paul Frankl
By Paul McCobb, Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in Frankfurt, Hessen, DE
Round coffee table from the middle of the century, designed by Paul Frankl. The tabletop in cork lay on three wooden mahogany legs. This example is numbered on the underside 5018#248...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Cork

Vintage Paul Frankl Mahogany & Cork Sideboard, 1940s
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company, John Stuart Inc.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A timeless classic, Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co. sideboard in sculpted mahogany and polished cork with hammered brass hardware. With utility to spare, this piece is comprise...
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1940s American Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Brass

Machine Age Art Deco Paul Frankl Streamline Celluloid Rond Covered Vanity Box
By Paul Frankl, Celluloid Corporation of America
Located in Dallas, TX
Machine Age Art Deco Paul Frankl Streamline Amerith covered vanity box for Celluloid Corporation of America toilet toilette Amerith Division of Celluloid Manufacturing Company Impor...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Enamel

Porthole Bamboo Wall Shelf, by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Porthole bamboo wall shelf, by Paul Frankl The circular frame with seven strands of thick bamboo, fitted with two interchangeable glass shelves Measures: 30" W x 5" and 31" W x 5"...
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Bamboo, Glass

John Stuart Mid-Century Modern Chest of Drawers
By Paul Frankl
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Tall chest of drawers with "X" pulls designed by Paul Frankl in the 1950s for John Stuart Inc. Well constructed, this seven-drawer chest provides ample storage and the signature "x" ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood

Paul Frankl Mid Century Eight-Drawer Oak Dresser for Brown-Saltman
By Paul Frankl
Located in Milford, NH
A splendid mid century eight-drawer oak dresser or chest of drawers created by Austrian designer Paul Frankl (1886-1958), well known for his Art Deco and “skyscraper” furniture. This...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Metal

Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman Dresser
By Paul Frankl
Located in Palm Springs, CA
Chest of drawers designed by Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman. Newly refinished and brass bullet pulls have been re-brassed. Labeled in the upper right drawer: Brown Saltman California.
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1950s American Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood

Mid-Century Modern Ebonized Walnut Chest with Nickelled "X" Pulls by Paul Frankl
By John Stuart Inc., Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
This sophisticated high chest was designed by Paul Frankl for the Johnson Furniture Company, circa 1950. The chest is a first-rate example of Frankl's midcentury work, which was infl...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Nickel

1950s Paul Frankl Walnut Double Dresser Fancy Brass Pulls & Legs by John Stuart
By John Stuart Inc., Paul Frankl
Located in National City, CA
For your consideration: Mid-Century Modern walnut double dresser by Paul Frankl for John Stuart. Fabulous detail fancy brass handle pulls set off on stand out brass legs. Sensationa...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Brass

Paul Frankl Blonde Mahogany Tall Leggy Art Deco Side Table Brown Saltman 1950s
By Paul Frankl
Located in National City, CA
Paul Frankl Slim Sleek Leggy Side Table in Blonde Mahogany for Brown Saltman circa 1950s A Sculptural end table and or side table with standout long legs. Dimensions are: 27 3/8" H x...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood, Mahogany

Paul Frankl Cork Coffee Table
By Paul Frankl
Located in San Francisco, CA
Paul Frankl design cork top coffee table on solid cherry legs for Johnson Furniture Co. Newly refinished and ready to install, gorgeous!
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Cherry, Cork

Paul Frankl Rattan Living Room Sectional Seating Set
By Paul Frankl
Located in Winter Park, FL
A mid century Paul Frankl rattan four-seat sectional sofa and corner table. This set may be configured in many different layouts and has two armless chairs and two end chairs featuri...
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Mid-20th Century North American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Rattan, Mahogany

Rosewood Coffee Table or Bench by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl
Located in Denton, TX
Stunning Greek key design of rosewood and mahogany.
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Rosewood

Paul Frankl, Organic "Bigfoot" Coffee Table, Cork, Mahogany, America, 1950s
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A "Bigfoot" coffee / cocktail table. Original cork top and mahogany legs, marked. Produced by Johnson Furniture Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Walnut

Pair of Nightstands in Ebonized Walnut with Nickel "X" Fittings by Paul Frankl
By John Stuart, Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
This elegant pair of Mid-Century Modern night stands were designed by the celebrated 20th century designer Paul Frankl and handcrafted in the United States for John Stuart Inc., circ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Nickel

Biomorphic Rattan Coffee Table with Wood Top
By Paul Frankl
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Biomorphic coffee table with stacked rattan legs and a wood top with a rattan trim along the borders. Restored to new for you. All rattan, bamboo and wicker furniture has been...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Rattan, Wood

Cork Top Coffee Table by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl
Located in Stamford, CT
A cork top coffee table designed in the 1950s by Paul Frankl. Produced by the Johnson Furniture Company, USA, circa 1948 lacquered cork, lacquered mahogany.   
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Cork

Paul Frankl, Organic Coffee Table, Cork, Mahogany, Johnson Furniture, 1950s
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An organic or biomorphic or freeform coffee or cocktail table. Designed by Paul Frankl. Produced by Johnson Furniture Company, early 1950s. Model 5005. Executed in cork-venered wo...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl Lacquered Cork Table
By Paul Frankl
Located in Atlanta, GA
Elegant lacquered cork lamp table, designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture, American, circa 1950s. This table has subtle Asian design details. It has been refinished with the l...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood, Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl Style Stacked Rattan Mahogany Top Coffee Table
By Paul Frankl
Located in Amherst, NH
Vintage Paul Frankl style stacked rattan square coffee table with a mahogany top. No marks.
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Rattan

Pair of V Back Armchairs by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl
Located in Atlanta, GA
Pair of sculptural V back armchairs, designed by Paul Frankl for the Johnson Furniture Company, circa 1950s. The examples seen in the photos have been sold, but we have another pair ...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Upholstery, Mahogany

1950s Paul Frankl Moroccan Red Lacquered Double Dresser / Chest of Drawers
By Paul Frankl
Located in Saint Louis, MO
Iconic Paul Frankl 10-drawer chest with freshly polished brass X pulls, refinished and shown in Moroccan Red Lacquer from Frankl's Debonair Collection for Johnson Furniture. Pair Av...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Lacquer

Paul Frankl Cloud Coffee Tables in Natural Cork and Bleached Mahogany -Pair 1951
By Paul Frankl
Located in Dallas, TX
A matched pair of Iconic, early cloud coffee tables model 5005 designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company in 1951. These tables are in very good condition with a natural w...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood, Cork

Set of 8 Paul Frankl Dining Chairs in Zebra Cut Velvet with Gold Brocade c. 1950
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Saint Louis, MO
Mid-Century Modern enthusiasts and designers will appreciate this rare set of eight dining chairs designed by Paul Frankl for his 1950s Tambour Dining Room Collection produced by Joh...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Velvet, Walnut

Pair of Espresso Mahogany Nightstands by Paul Frankl
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in New York, NY
Pair of mahogany nightstands in espresso satin finish with metal X shaped handles by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture. Signed. USA, circa 1940. Each nightstand features a pull-dow...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Metal

Paul Frankl Combed Wood Console Table Cabinet Brown Saltman
By Paul Frankl
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Rare early midcentury console table with cabinet by Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman company features his trademark combed wood sides with black lacquer top.
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Hardwood

Cork Top Dining Table by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture, USA, 1940s
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Dining table designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company, USA, 1940s. Completely restored. Features a cork top on a solid mahogany base. Includes three extensions. In excel...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl Rattan Pretzel Lounge Chair, 1940s
By Paul Frankl
Located in Naples, IT
A beautiful square pretzel rattan lounge/club chair, circa 1940's.
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Bamboo, Rattan

1930's Art Deco Paul Frankl "Speed" Lounge Chair and Sofa Set
By Paul Frankl
Located in Las Vegas, NV
Rare, original "Speed" sofa and lounge chair designed by Paul Frankl. Low, wide and very cool. Upholstered in plush burnt orange velvet. This set is all original with heavy cotto...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood, Upholstery

Paul Frankl Dresser and Nightstand for Johnson Furniture, 1950s
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company, John Stuart
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This fantastic 1950s ten-drawer double dresser and nightstand was designed by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture and retailed by John Stuart during the 1950s. Crafted from a beautiful...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Metal

Paul Frankl Cork Top Coffee Table / Bench
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in Fulton, CA
A Paul Frankl cork top coffee table or bench, circa 1940s. Asian influence design with curved table top. Base crafted in solid hardwood. Top refinished in lacquer. Paul Frankl: ...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Cork

Restored Paul Frankl Combed Wood Chest of Drawers for Brown Saltman
By Paul Frankl
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Mid Century dresser by Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman company features his trademark combed wood sides with curled brass pulls.
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Oak

Paul Frankl Set of 6 Plunging Neckline Dining Chairs, 1950s
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Company
Located in New York, NY
Set of 6 "Plunging Neckline" dining chairs by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture, American, 1950's. Refinished and newly upholstered in white leather.
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Wood, Leather

Sideboard by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co. in Mahogany and Cork
By Johnson Furniture Co., Paul Frankl
Located in Denver, CO
A rare and elegantly handsome mahogany sideboard with a lacquered cream cork top and gilt "x" pulls by Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Co. The cork top is heathered with very su...
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Cork, Mahogany

Paul Frankl Console Table for Johnson Furniture
By Paul Frankl
Located in Van Nuys, CA
This stunning 1940s console table by Paul Frankl for the Johnson Furniture Company features a dramatic black lacquered top and shelf; the supporting columns are finished in the desig...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Oak

Paul Frankl Coffee Table
By Paul Frankl
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Beautiful coffee table by Paul Frankl, model 5005, numbered on the underside # 358. USA, 1950s. Refinished cork and mahogany.
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Mahogany, Cork

Paul Frankl for Johnson Dining or Desk Chair
By Paul Frankl, Johnson Furniture Co.
Located in St. Louis, MO
Paul Frankl single side dining or desk chair for Johnson Furniture Co. In original finish and upholstery, from one owner estate.
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

Cabinet Mirror Set by Paul Frankl in Limed Oak, circa 1950s
By Paul Frankl
Located in Stamford, CT
Rustic-Modern cabinet and mirror set designed by Paul Frankl for Brown Saltman, circa 1950s. Fully restored in their original cerused finish. The mirror could be hung vertically or h...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Oak

Paul Frankl Vanity Swivel Stool
By Paul Frankl
Located in Chicago, IL
Paul Frankl vanity swivel stool, back lacquered frame reupholstered with Italian Boucle.
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Paul Frankl Furniture

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Fabric, Bouclé, Upholstery, Wood

Mid Century Paul Frankl Rattan End Tables
By Paul Frankl
Located in Winter Park, FL
A pair of Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl stepped end tables made of rattan and mahogany. We have an entire living room set including sectional, corner table, and a sideboard. Please...
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Mid-20th Century North American Mid-Century Modern Paul Frankl Furniture

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Rattan, Mahogany

Paul Frankl Furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Paul Frankl Furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of wood and designed with extraordinary care. In our Paul Frankl furniture collection, there are many options to choose from, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. We have 243 vintage editions of these items in-stock, while there is 0 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of the original furniture by Paul Frankl were created in North America during the 20th century in the Mid-Century Modern style. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider Furniture by Henredon Furniture, John Widdicomb Furniture and Tommi Parzinger Furniture. Paul Frankl Furniture prices can vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. On Amazon, the price for these items starts at $395 and tops out at $220,000, while pieces like these can sell for $5,500 on average.

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