A Ceramic Figural TV Lamp, Sportsman Panther, circa 1950
The panther in full stride is placed on a rectangular base that is decorated on the front with various circles in relief. The verso is marked Kron. The back is also concave to house the socket and light bulb which is now lacking.
The 18th century style oversized shoe form is carved from laminated pieces of pine. The form is carved has applied metal detailing and white washed accents. This piece makes the perfect side table or stool for putting on your shoes. There is a small label “Garcia Imports.”
The iron armillary made of intersection bands centered by an arrow and held by Hercules style figure is raised on a cast stone Corinthian column. The armillary is painted white with a copper band with raised numerals is in contrast to the stained gray column. The pieces are bolted together.
For those of you that have been to the infamous Heck’s Café in Rocky River, Ohio this hand painted four panel screen may be familiar. The four panels are hand painted with oversized foliage and flowers and centered by a leaping gazelle in earth tones. The painted canvas is set with in a wooden framed and trimmed out with decorative moldings. The screen was designed fo ...click for details
A Pair of Wrought Iron Candle Stands, 20th Century
The one with a dramatic décor is calling for these pair of wrought iron torcehiers. The central stem of twisted form and disc shaped knop supports three pairs of arms. Each arm supports a large brass dish with a geometric design. The tall floor model candelabra are supported by a round ring style base repeating the geometric pattern. Swopping iron work braces th ...click for details
A Vintage Chapman Blanc De Chine Chinoiserie Figural Lamp, circa 1973
The lamp is molded with a male figure dressed in a Chinese style outfit, including a hat. The figure is holding a lantern and original had a metal umbrella in his left hand. The figure rests on a black square base.
A Retro Ceramic Lamp with Peacock Colored Glaze, Circa 1960
The long bottle form lamp is beautifully glazed in a mottled blue and green glaze. The lamp sits on a simple metal base. The lamp was taken apart to examine the underside for marks and no maker’s marks were identified.
Louis XV Style "Bureau de Dame" / Lady’s Writing Desk, French circa 1940
The shapely is veneered in various woods. The body has a higher back composed in the center of a gallery over two short drawers that are flanked by cubbies. This frames the sliding writing surface. The slide sits above a long single drawer. The body is embellished with cast dore hardware at the feet, heading the legs and drawer pu ...click for details