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The Deal: Teak and antiques bargains at Warisan's closing sale until May 15

May 6, 2010 |  8:24 am

Warisan helped inject Indonesian furniture into the California casual decorating vocabulary in the 1990s and built a solid business crafting indoor and outdoor teak furniture for resorts and hotels. This month, however, it is shuttering its Beverly Boulevard retail store. The closing sale has been going on for a while now, but the window signs screaming "Up to 75% off" finally got to me. 

Most of Warisan's outdoor teak furniture is gone, but if you're looking for a dramatic piece for a covered outdoor space, the antique Indonesian daybed, above, is now 60%  off.Lamp It's a massive piece: 6.6 by 6 feet. The head and sideboards stand just over 4 feet tall. The daybed originally cost for $3,400 but is now $1,260.

The colorful painted umbrellas behind it are marked down from $150 each to $60 (cash only).

The store also has a good stock of high-impact lighting fixtures remaining. Among them, the Maju chandelier, right, is a real stunner.

Measuring a whopping 5 feet tall and 3 feet in diameter, it has a dense canopy of brassy floral shapes and bronze-lacquered teardrop pendants.

It is reduced from $6,190 to $3,095.

Warisan, 7470 Beverly Blvd.; Los Angeles; (323) 938 3960 or www.warisan.com. Sale ends May 15.

-- David A. Keeps

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Photo credits: David A. Keeps