A nice substantial pair of artisan made hammered copper roof finials in the form of an acorn raised on an octagonal base. These are beautifully crafted and have been used for some years as interior decor but could equally be used in the garden, developing a wonderful patina over time. Each is 30" high by 16.5" across at the base. Excellent condition.
Vintage industrial lockers salvaged from an old factory in New England. There are two sets of triple lockers and two sets of double lockers. They have been sand-blasted and powder coated in a metal grey in side and out. Triples are 78.5" high by 36.5" wide by 16" deep. Sporting original dents but otherwise in very nice condition.
Antique double-sided handpainted restaurant trade sign. From english steak house. Enamel painted on heavy metal surface. Excellent Condition for its age. Two-sided English steel pub sign "The Bull" with wrought iron strapping and mounts, late 19th to 20th century, 39"h x 33 1/2"w, old repaint, in good overall condition.
Having old white paint. Grape clusters, approx. 32" wide, 9" high.
Decorative vintage cast iron urn without ears ca 1930. Very suitable for table top use indoors or out. 15.5" high by 16" in diameter with 6.5" square base. Old white paint finish
Grey marble French-style mantle, 46" wide, 14" deep 40" high, interior: 32 1/4" wide, 32" high--approx. See us for other marble mantles.
Approx. 27.5" high. Best to be repainted a better color.
A pair of very sturdy cast iron estate gates with gilt metal crests and decorative elements. This kind of nicely balanced scrolled design is usually found only in wrought iron. In two sections each 31.5" wide and 81.5" high. In good condition.
Pair of Arts and Crafts opalescent glass lamp shades of slightly flattened bell form with vertical stripes of opalescence, made circa 1900. The shades measures approximately 10.5 cm / 4 1/2 inches at its widest and 8 cm 3 1/8 inches high. The standard size bulb holder hole measures approximately 2.8 cm \ 1 1/8 inches in diameter. The photographs show the shades from both sides. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or repairs, this I guarantee. I am happy to ship worldwide...
ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS -- even used as background for graphics or lamp shades this paper is unbelievable !!! It was for the local estate of the former Ambassador to Japan right after WW II -- it is super thin slices of various corks applied to gilt paper -- the warm earth tones and antique gold are very attractive -- there are 2 double rolls -- one is in the original shipping packaging -- the other is unwrapped and has a few inches of roughness -- the wallpaper store that sold this in the 60's is s...
A wonderful marriage of antique water gilt wood fragment and a plaster plateau! Found in Paris, this fragment becomes a smart and fashionable accent piece with its molded plaster base. Base is 3 3/4" x 2", stands a total of 3 1/2" tall.
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Arts and Crafts opalescent glass lamp shade of ribbed and flattened form, made circa 1900. The shade measures approximately 16 cm / 6 1/4 inches at its widest and 6 cm 2 3/8 inches high. The standard size bulb holder hole measures approximately 2.8 cm \ 1 1/8 inches in diameter. The photographs show the shade from both sides. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or repairs, this I guarantee. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions...
Wall Box for flowers, circa 1940.
Carved marble sink with fluted bowl and inlaid detail along rim, on a fluted base--all hand carved custom-made. 37" high, 26" wide. Obviously, in parts and drilled ready for plumbing.
Included here are a pair of unique and impressive 30" tazzas crafted from rock crystal and featuring gilt bronze pedestals in the shape of neoclassical capitals. Each measures 30.25" tall and 8" across at the top (76.8 cm and 20.3 cm). They each weigh an estimated 90-120 lbs. Condition is excellent, with no chips or repairs and with no deep scratches.
The Marbro Lamp Company began by Morris Markoff and his brother soon after the end of World War II. The small shop they started was located in the garment district of Los Angeles. Immediately demonstrating an eye for great style and good tastes, many of the Markoff’s brother’s early clients were movie stars and celebrities looking for one-of-a-kind products. They offered a wide selection of antiques and accessories, including furniture and animal figurines...