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Wyeth

315 Spring St., New York, NY, 10013
at Greenwich St.
212-243-3661

Incredible source of vintage design objects and furniture

By goatdonut on 4/2/2009

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Selection: 10
  • Yes, I would go back!

This showroom is akin to being in a museum. Prepare to be blown away. The friendly saleslady I spoke to told me that a good chunk of the furniture is of the midcentury design movement and is the work of American & Danish designers. There are many unique and rare items on display, and prices reflect this. There aren't any prices on anything, but table lamps apparently range from $2000 to $35000. The most expensive item they had on display in the store at the time is a $400,000 desk that belonged to the former president of the French railroad. (per saleslady) Note that an appointment is necessary to visit the store. My first words to a member of the staff were "There is no interiors store like this in New York". His response was "There is no store like this in the world". I would usually roll my eyes at such over-the-top remarks, but I think he is probably right!

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