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Designer Name: Curtis Jere
Born-Died: Curt Freiler died in 2013.
Style: The name is synonymous with quality and is well-known for its attention to detail in decorative metalwork sculptures. They produced a range of products from abstract and fantasy wall sculptures to fine detailed objects.
Materials Used: There were a variety of materials used including: copper, enamel, brass, and steel.
Specialty: Vintage Decor
History: Curtis Jere is the name given to the collaboration of two different artists: Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels, who were in fact brother-in laws and they founded Curtis Jere in 1963. They combined elements of both their names to create the working name Curtis Jere. They formed the company Artisan House to produce their work.
Next, they had a vision of producing quality art that many people could afford. They were also known for exquisite costume jewelry, selling this under the names Renoir and Matisse. Artisan House was quite a large employer at that time, having some 300 staff. They sold the business in 1972 and it continues today producing and selling metalwork sculptures.
Modern style brass sculpture of a ship model atop a wooden base, made by Curtis Jere.
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Curtis Jere wall-mounted sculpture in the shape of a tree branch.
Mid-Century Modern seagull sculpture in brass, atop a natural onyx base. The piece is signed Curtis Jere and was made in the United States in 1980.
A hand-sculpted brass fish with a sculpted copper sea plant and a cast bronze coral.
A Curtis Jere mixed-metal sunburst wall-mounted sculpture with colorful removable center, circa 1970.
Pair of Curtis Jere oval wall mirrors with tricolor metal leaves around the perimeter.
Sailboat sculpture made in brass. Great modern nautical design signed C. Jere 1976.
A vintage circular spray-form sculpture in patinated brass on a cylindrical black marble base. The piece is by Curtis Jere.
A pair of bronze seagulls resting on a verdigris bronze anchor with movable ring on a driftwood base. Signed and dated 1971.
A burnished brass toned metal and mesh sailboat sculpture, detailed with a ships wheel and rudder. Designed by Curtis Jere, 1970s.
A Brutalist Curtis Jere mixed-metal boat wall sculpture or hanging with expansive brass sails, circa 1970.
A Curtis Jere patinated bronze plated brass and metal hot air balloon with festive flags and a wheeled cabin, reminiscent of Jules Verne or the Steampunk movement, circa 1970's.
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