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A Mid-Century Modern blue and white drip glaze table lamp with textured finish, mounted on a black ebonized wood base, produced circa 1950s.
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Pair of mid-century era Italian guacamaya parrots in majolica, produced circa 1950s.
Scandinavian Modern cobalt blue blown glass 'Selandia' dish by Per Lutken for Holmgaard, signed.
Pair of decorative obelisks, each comprised of tessellated lapis lazuli.
A modernist sculpture by Murano glass master Ermanno Nason (1928), comprised of three geometric forms, two in ombre shades, combining clear to teal and clear to blue, the largest at the bottom in green with swirls and decorative fanning.
A painting by American Artist Edwin T. Billings (1824-1893), titled “Boy Gazing at Hour Glass”, c. 1875. E.T Billings was a portraitist, having painted William Lloyd Garrison, Daniel Webster, and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
A limited edition wall sculpture designed by Salvador Dali (1904-1989) and produced by Daum, as part of the collaboration between the artist and the French art glass company, lasting from 1968 until 1984. Recreating Dali’s melting clock in blue Pa?te de Verre, with gilded hour and minute hands and numbers, draped on a gilt bronze coat hanger, the overall surrealist mode and underlying theme of the piece is based on the melting pocket watches of Dali’s earlier work, and easily most famous painting 'The Persistence of Memory' (1931). Very good condition, consistent with age and use, with some minor loss of the gilded finish to the hanger, due to the glass. Includes certificate of authenticity.
Acirca 1950slounge chair, designed by architect Lina Bo Bardi, upholstered in blue linen, raised on highly modern tapered base. Back and seat may be adjusted and converted into a chaise. Excellent vintage condition, recently reupholstered. Dimensions provided reflect main image and adjusted to upright position.
African-American painter Beauford Delaney (American, 1901-1979), born in Knoxville, Tennessee, was greatly impacted by the Harlem Renaissance cultural arts revolution of New York City, holding numerous exhibitions and eventually moving to teach art as a WPA listed artist. By the 1950s Delaney, among many African American expatriates, would continue his artistic career in culturally enriched Paris. This untitled oil on linen depicts a impressionist waterfront landscape, a unique subject for the artist, best known for portraiture. Markings include artist's signature and date ['41, Beauford Delaney] to lower right corner. This work of art remains in very good condition, with no structural issues. Dimensions provided reflect painting without frame.
This beautiful Art Nouveau antique Amphora vase in matte finished turquoise ceramic, is set on elaborately detailed bronze mounting.
A pair of highly modern 'concha' (shell) armchairs by collaborative designers Martin Eisler and Carlo Hauner, manufactured circa 1950s, with curved back and arms, on black enameled metal legs. The chairs remain in excellent original condition, wear consistent with age and use.
An Orrefors 'Ariel' vase by Ingeborg Lundin, produced circa 1960s, in cobalt blue, cased within a clear layer, detailing abstract faces in profile. Markings include [Orrefors/ Ariel No. 397 - E7/ Ingeborg Lundin], etched to the bottom. Very good vintage condition, any presence of wear consistent with age and use.
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