I recently discovered this odd piece of furniture attributed to Don S. Shoemaker at an auction:
- Described as a #8220;Parsons#8221; side table by Don S. Shoemaker#8230;.This forged #8220;model#8221; has been around for some time, I have already seen several versions at weekend flea markets in Mexico City. The original Don S. Shoemaker #8220;Parsons#8221; line has nothing in common with this unbecoming thing! Pitifully, the forger sacrificed various original Don S. Shoemaker service trays for the parquetry on the table top. Pay attention to the irregular cube sequence patched together and compare to an original service tray as Don used the #8220;cube design#8221; mainly on his boxes and trays. Also check the forged label that has been taped to the bottom of the table.
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