Surprised to learn that C. Jeré was the nom de plume for two sculptors not one? You’re not alone. Maybe it’s because like the work of fellow metalworker Paul Evans, Curtis Jeré décor is so readily identifiable—hundreds of pieces perfectly united by a single vision of Mid-Century cool. From imploding starbursts to monolithic pirate ships, Curtis Jeré pieces are unquestionably characteristic of the era from which they sprung, and yet they feel as fresh today as they did almost a half century ago. Indeed, the only downside is deciding on which sculpture most strikes your fancy.