Meteor Chair and Meteor Table - Unique famous gothic sculptural steel art furnitureartsyhome.com: Product
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Product description:The "Meteor Table and Chair" (16x48x30 and 38x46x50) are functional art furniture sculptures designed and fabricated by sculptor Bruce Gray. They are constructed of many plasma cut puzzle-like steel facets. The chair has been in several "Star Trek" TV series, and the films "Color of Night," "Biker Boyz," "Suburban Commando" and "Batman Forever," and was also featured in Furniture Style Magazine and in Metropolis Magazine. It is now in a corporate collection, and a new one would run around $7000. The table is currently available at $7000. A chair can be commissioned. The Meteor Chair is featured along with 7 other of Bruce's chairs in the book "Chairs, Chairs, Chairs."
 
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Meteor Chair and Meteor Table - Unique famous gothic sculptural steel art furniture

$7000.00 USD
  • Shipping: $400.00
  • Product ID#: 40223.
  • Dimensions: 48" width x16" height x30" depth
  • Weight: 80 lbs
  • Materials: Metal, Metal
  • Colors: Black, Gray

Artwork Description: The "Meteor Table and Chair" (16x48x30 and 38x46x50) are functional art furniture sculptures designed and fabricated by sculptor Bruce Gray. They are constructed of many plasma cut puzzle-like steel facets. The chair has been in several "Star Trek" TV series, and the films "Color of Night," "Biker Boyz," "Suburban Commando" and ...
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Bruce's artworks are part of over 1200 private and corporate art collections worldwide. His clients include Madonna, Austin Powers, NYPD Blue, Seinfeld, Friends, Frasier, Six Feet Under, Meet the Fockers, Rush Hour, Starship Troopers, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, A&M Records, Gene Simmons, Coca Cola, Mercedes Benz, Microsoft, Honda, Edwards Air Force Base, Little Rock National Airport, Children’s Hospital Boston, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Vanderbilt University, LA County Museum of Art, and two of Bruce’s kinetic sculptures have been acquired for the permanent collection at The Rolling Ball...read more