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Age Appropriate Wear
Height: 44", Width: 30", Depth: 7"
Mid 20th Century
Piaget Possession Bandeau ring in 18k white gold and diamonds
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A vintage Bronze abstract sculpture by Mathias Goeritz. Mathias was born in Germany in 1915. He studied Art History and Philosophy in Berlin and from 1940-45 taught in Morocco. After WW2 he returned to Europe, living in Spain until he and his wife immigrated to Mexico in 1949, where they would live for the remainder of their lives. In Mexico he continued his sculpting, painting and teaching and also collaborated with architects. He died in Mexico City in 1990
Modern 1970s Milo Baughman style brass etagere, detailed with faux leather bands
A set of six vintage side chairs with rosewood frames and black cushions.
Patinated bronze, height 14 1/2 inches and signed L. TUAILLON on the plinth in front of the horse’s left hind hoof.
A vintage circa 1960's brass with pale green enamel chandelier, features conical base, supporting eight curved stems and arms, with petal form acrylic shades.
Referring to himself as a "abstract phenomenist", the titles of Jenkins' paintings began with the term ‘Phenomena’, 1960s onward. This particular ‘Phenomena’ watercolor is highly unique in presence, the applied paint seemingly cropped, forming a neat ‘v’ shape, which stretches across the paper.
This hanging light pendant, produced circa 1960-1970, comes with cylindrical shade in gilt metal, with amber toned resin detailing. Wiring to US standard. Very good condition, consistent with age and use.
Pair of mid-century modern sconces, shades cloud-form in mottled white glass, with brass mounts.
Vintage ottoman or stool in cream colored cowhide on wood frame with nailhead detailing around the base. Once owned by dancer, Martha Graham. Some spotting/scarring possibly natural to the hide.
A circa 1940s sterling silver and amethyst locket. Some tarnish to the inside.
Two sconces: each has a mirrored plate with three arms protruding outwards.
A tulip side table by Designer Eeero Saarinen.
Hollywood Regency style wall mirror bordered with reverse hand-painted panels and mirrored panel shadow box frame.
A vintage circa 1960s Italian chandelier created by Gaetano Sciolari, features six triad form brass frame arms with suspended glass rods, connected by rectangular chrome bars, attached to a three beam cross-bar center.
A brass and micro-mosaic clock with porcelain dial. Great working condition; wear to back of the case.
Garden bench in hand wrought iron with new custom wine colored mohair upholstery and heraldic ornamentation to the front.
Set of three chorme beaver sculptures, made by Hoselton in Canada. Label and mark on bottom.
Raised in Lithuania, Kovarsky was educated in Paris and Palestine. The product of a religious family, he later moved to Safad, the ancient cradle of Jewish mysticism and Kabbalah, before settling in New York City in 1951. He entered the American post-war scene, where he was generally understood as an Israeli artist and included in the Boston Institute for Contemporary Art’s ‘Seven Painters of Israel’, which was billed as “the first full-scale manifestation of contemporary Israeli painting.” Shortly after a warm reception at the Boston Institute for Contemporary Art, Kovarsky was honored with a solo exhibit at the Jewish Museum. In his day, the renowned Poindexter Gallery in Manhattan represented him. This modernist figure study, produced circa 1950s, depicts a portrait of a long necked figure, rendered in the abstract Expressionist style. Markings include the artist's signature [Y. Kovarsky] to the bottom right corner of the canvas. The painting is in overall very good condition, consistent with age; giltwood frame comes included, some minor wear to corners.
1970s hanging openwork pendant by Tom Greene in the abstract Brutalist manner.
Franco Luce Italian chandelier produced circa 1970s, features six handblown white Murano glass curled leaves, each rendered through Sommerso technique and individually set in holders, supported by a brass frame; each glass shade covers a socket cover with curved stem.
Maitland Smith stacked leather book end table.
Signed Daum France on Base.
A pair of Mid-century Swedish table lamps designed by Hans Agne Jakobsson, c. 1960’s, rendered in brass with perforated brass shades.
A pair of monumental Chinese 19th century phoenix birds in cloisonne and enamel on bronze. Chinese characters on base. Excellent condition.
Solid wood block rectangular coffee table; mid-century.
Brutalist wall-mount sculpture by Curtis Jere, signed and dated depicting sailboats.
An elegantly feminine pair of sconces, produced by German manufacturer Palwa during the 1970’s, in gilt brass with crystal floral sprays.
A set of newly reupholstered midcentury side chairs, in black steel with charcoal and ivory striped seats.
Vintage circa 1960's Sputnik chandelier, decorated with elongated Murano glass ruffled trumpet lilies, surrounding a metal center.
A vintage Swedish ceramic sculpture of a seated antelope.
Italian 1960s Murano glass Livio Seguso sculpture, titled 'Two Faces of the Moon'; signed
Mid-Century era 1950s Galliano Ferro Murano glass lamp, amber color with Sommerso layer.
A pair of Egyptian Revival caryatids in carved wood with pharaonic attributes.
An abstract painting by mid-century artist John Seery, “Drawl”; acrylic on canvas,1975, signed on back.
A John Milder (Australian, b. 1951) bronze sculpture of figure gracefully balancing on one leg, late 20th century.
An undulated globe table lamp in cobalt blue glass on wood base with brass stem, made in Denmark circa 1970’s.
This decanter in Murano glass is a beautiful pale yellow and comes with a stopper or decanter.
A pair of ancient Chinese sculptures dating to the Tang Dynasty, depicting grave-quelling earth spirits known as ‘zhenmushou’. Made of unglazed pottery.
A Modernist table lamp, mid-century c. 1970s, with 3 blocks of white lacquered wood connected by chrome rods and lucite forming a classical column pattern.
This vintage clear lucite table lamp is composed of five lucite planks circling a central chome bar on a base.
A 1960's lantern form pendant light with a walnut body, chrome detailing and smokey acrylic inserts. There are four candle form interior lights. This piece has age appropriate wear with some scratching to acrylic, chrome and wood. Made in the United States.
A vintage pair of teak side chairs with white linen seats and cane backs.
A mid-20th century Bjorn Wiinblad needlepoint depicting a muscian, under glass in a brass frame.
A vintage 1985 abstract folk art sculpture of a red rooster or other bird. The piece is composed or iron objects and has Washington D.C. stamped on base. Signed and dated.
A vintage mixed media abstract expressionist inspired artwork titled "Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow"by Barbara Quackenbush (1929-2012). The piece is composed of painting and collage elements. Barbara Quackenbush split time between Harrisonburg, Virginia and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and continued her artistic training at George Washington University and the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. and exhibited locally an nationally throughout her career. She passed away in 2012.
A whimsical sculpture of brass cattails and leaves mounted on a root base. The piece is similar to works produced by Curtis Jere.
Rare antique Chinese wood statue of Guayin; possibly Tang Dynasty.
Modern late 20th century pair of swivel slipper chairs, with red suede upholstery, raised on chrome pedestal bases.
Pair of 1930s bookends with highly detailed alabaster relief carved male faces.
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