Wendell Castle

Molar Settee

Circa 1968


3,000 USD

Ships from: New Jersey, United States

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Property from the Collection of Michael and Renée Silverstein.

  • Gel-coated fiberglass and rubber settee.
  • This piece is final sale and not eligible for return.

Barry Friedman Gallery, New York

Private Collection

Wright, March 23, 2010, lot 499

Acquired from the above by the present owner


Philippe Decelle, Diane Hennebert and Pierre Loze, L'Utopie du Tout Plastique1960-1973, Brussels, 1994, p. 83

Emily Evans Eerdmans, Wendell Castle: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1958–2012, New York, 2014, p. 69

Condition Report
Star iconVery Good
Like New

Overall in very good condition.

Surface scratches throughout the fiberglass which are concentrated to the seats and the proper right armrest.

Proper right armrest also has a shallow abrasion to the surface measuring approximately 3/4 inch wide and not visually distracting.

White coating with light scuffs and very light areas of discoloration throughout is consistent with gentle use.

The rubber lining is overall stable and presents with some minor and occasional lifting.

Rubber with occasional and scattered surface residue (possible remnants from adhesive paper surfaces).

The back of the settee has an area of loss to the rubber lining measuring approximately 7/8 inch and not detrimental to functionality or stability.

Height: 25.98 inches / 66 cm
Width: 48.03 inches / 122 cm
Depth: 29.53 inches / 75 cm
Fiberglass, Rubber
Mid-Century Modern
Decorative Style
Modern Style


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