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The Deal: Half-off on Hollywood glam furniture and Indian textiles at Pat McGann

August 25, 2010 |  7:42 am


For the last few years, 20th century design dealer Pat McGann has been turning contemporary raw silk, wool and printed cotton, as well as vintage Indian embroideries, into a collection of pillows and throws. "It's an eclectic mix," she says. "I'm tired of that word but it seems to fit."

From Aug. 27 to Sept. 2, the Pat McGann Textile Collection will be reduced by 50%. The floral print cotton pillow on the rug, above, is marked down from $350 to $175, which includes a down and feather insert. The vintage Swat Balley embroidered silk pillow perched on the midcentury ottomans (on sale for $1,250 for a set of four) is now priced at $375. The throws, piled on the cabinet to the right, are $195 during the sale.

Fans of Hollywood Regency and midcentury chinoiserie may like McGann's half-off furniture. The black lacquer commodes with brass hardware are $1,750 each. The tole bamboo lamps with custom shades are $1,900 for the pair and the midcentury Japanese screens made from cedar and bamboo are $325 each. (There are six of them.) The wool Lincoln rug is marked from $3,195 to $2,235, a 30% reduction on McGann's stock of Missoni Home designs.

Pat McGann Gallery, 746 N. La Cienaga Blvd., (310) 657 8708

-- David A. Keeps

Photo credit: Pat McGann