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Primarily carries modernist scuplture and artist jewelry but also has concentrations in Italian glass, ceramics, and more.
A late 19th century Venetian micro mosaic table mirror with floral design and glass flower embellishments.
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A very rare five piece jewelry suite by renowned jewelry artist Vega Maddux, comprised of a cavalier necklace, ring, earrings and cuff bracelet, circa 1970’s.
An expertly carved sculpture depicting a gracefully rotating male torso, rendered in Brazilian mahogany wood, circa 1970’s.
A vintage bronze free form abstract sculpture on a marble base with acrylic wire detailing by Hattakitkosol Somchai (1934-2000), a Thai artist who specialized in bronze sculpture. The piece is signed "Somchai"and is number 6 out of an edition of 100.
Circa 1930 s pair of neoclassical style terracotta planters or jardinieres, produced in Italy.
A pair of vintage gilded iron sconces with flower form sockets and starburst wall mount. They are in the style of Gilbert Poillerat
An 18th century pair of Venetian candle sconces in gilded hand wrought iron, decorated with mirrors and glass rosettes.
A pair of late 18th century (circa 1790’s - 1820’s) Venetian mirrors, in hand carved and gilded ogee-shaped frames, with antique glass replacing the original.
Original bronze sculpture of a baby giraffe signed H.L. Bowen and dated 1985.
A vintage bronze sculpture by noted artist Lawrence Fane (1933-2008) and signed "Fane"in bronze. Lawrence Fane was born in Kansas City, Mo. in 1933 and apprenticed under the sculptor George Demetrios. He lived in Rome for a period and traveled Europe before returning to the United States and eventually settling in New York where he exhibited extensively throughout his lifetime and was reviewed by such notable publications as The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and Art in America, among others. He taught for a time at the Rhode Island School of Design but joined Queens college upon moving to New York and remained part of their faculty from 1966 to 1996 while guest lecturing at Yale, Duke and Boston College, among others. His work tends toward abstraction and many of his pieces are large scale public works. His smaller pieces can be found in galleries and museums throughout the United States. At The Whitney Biennial Exhibition in 2006 he contributed to the Mark di Suvero Peace Tower. He passed away in 2008.
A circa 1950s Cubist wall sculpture, created by American artist Robert E. Kuhn (1917-2000), which depicts the abstracted figure of a musician with violin, rendered in welded wrought iron and hand-painted.
A vintage abstract sculpture of a nude torso in black cast stone by Japanese artist Masatoyo Kishi (b. 1924). the piece is signed "Kuki"and numbered 15/100.
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