A coffee table reference book of fine art, jewelry and decorative arts including clocks and sculpture.Lots from both Sotheby's (London) and Park-Bernet(NY) are noted. Excellent condition.
Softcover published by Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island. Like new condition. Retrospective essays by various artists illustrated with black & white stills. Binding is tight and text is clean. 128 pgs.
Two early Coro solid gold plate earrings. One with screwbacks, the other with an interesting wire clasp for pierced ears The wires may need some adjustment. Both clearly marked CORO.
A lovely filigree heart pendant accented by rubies and pearls. Marked with the DeCurtis logo 1/20 14k GF. The 17" rose gold chain is also marked.
Softcover published by Taschen in 2002. Like new.
Soft cover published by Harry Abrams, NY. Impressive examples of period cuff links. There is a black marker line on the bottom edge that shows up as a tiny tiny dot on the bottom of some pages, otherwise in mint condition. 199 illustrations/186 colored plates. 112 pgs.
A former library copy published by Crown Publishers, New York. Copyright 1971 Corning Museum of Glass. Invaluable reference with 400 photographs (80+ in color)and 7000 drawings. The boards shows signs of wear and the front cover/endpaper is splitting half way down. However, the book itself is intact with no notations (except for the library stamp). Sold as is. Brown paper cover.
An interesting tourist piece made during the early 20th C. It features a picture of Notre Dame Cathedral; underneath it reads " Reins la Cathedral." White metal with a bronze front finish. The back is marked Made in France 2196. Original chain hanger.Some white spotting on the front. 4" x 2-3/4"
Painted wooden toucan necklace with matching earrings. Not new.
A double knotted strand of salmon colored coral beads.(Recently restrung.) The beads are 5mm wide ~ 19"
An oval pin featuring a shepherd with two maidens. Signed on the back in gold. Old safety pin style clasp.2" x 1-1/4"
Highly collectible first edition softcover published in 1998 by Aaron Galleries, Chicago, IL. The book features the collection of WPA artist, Thomas Hart Benton and his wife. 34 color illustrations. Text by Berardi.Near fine condition.