A vintage modernist hand made silver bracelet. Consists of smooth and hammered sterling silver loops with a center art glass amethyst colored cabochon. Measures about 5 1/4" around with an opening of 1". 1 1/2" wide. Can be adjusted slightly. In very nice condition, just a little tarnish. Unmarked. Interesting well made design!
A vintage modernist sterling silver pendant by Elis Kauppi for Kupittaan Kulti Oy, Turku Finland. A sleek simple design with a round bale and brownish green swirled art glass cabochon, (could be a gem stone). Measures about 1 5/8" long and almost 3/4" across. Very three dimensional. In very nice condition with minor tarnish. Marked with the Anvil, National mark, and 916 and H for Hopea which is the Finnish word for Silver. Great example of Scandinavian modernist jewelry.
A sterling silver hand hammered bangle bracelet by Ed Levin. Flattened on two sides and lightly hammered. Signed copyright Ed Levin and Ster. Measures about 7 3/4" around and 1/2" at the widest. In nice condition, has some minor surface scratches and a small ding on the inside. Looks great on.
A Fine Painting from the Listed Texas and California Artist, Darline Jellerson (1927-2002). Labels on back for its exhibition at the Witte Museum in San Antonio in 1961. Signed lower right "Jellerson". Painting measures about 14 1/2" by 24", overall frame about 21 1/2" by 31". Great Mid-Century Modern look.
A very cool sterling silver modernist ring. Marked 925 for Sterling and with Intertwined initials. Maybe EMB? Measures about a size 7.5, but since the back is open, can easily be adjusted up or down. Nice condition, some minor surface scratches and a little tarnish. Unique design!
A very cool vintage modernist neck ring by Erik Dennung circa 1970s. Has an organic pendant with a raw amethyst colored crystal. Measures approximately 11 " around with a 3 1/2" opening. Pendant drops 2 1/2" and is 1 1/2" across. Marked Erik Dennung Made in Denmark. In good condition, has some minor surface scratches and tarnish to the plating. Looks great on. Would be better for an average to slim neck.
A well made pair of vintage Danish modernist clip earrings by Borresen and Lassen (B&L), who made jewelry in Hellerup between 1954-65. These earrings consist of two curved layers of sterling silver with contrasting finishes. Measure 3/4" tall and 3/4" at the widest. Clips hold tightly. Signed B&L 925. Great mid century design.
A wonderful pair of Sterling Modernist Earrings by Taxco, Mexico silver designer, Enrique Ledesma. These screwback earrings have a dark patina with stylized sterling fish overlays. Measure 7/8" tall and 7/8" across, but they are not square. Marked with the stylized Ledesma, Hecho en Mexico, Taxco, 925 and Eagle #3. Very good condition. Screwbacks close tightly.
A vintage Mexican Sterling Silver bracelet and matching screw back earrings. Bracelet has eight green stone cabochons. Beautiful repousse work. Measures 6 1/2" around and 5/8" wide. Earrings are 5/8" wide and 3/4" across. Bracelet and earrings are in great condition, no chips or dents that we can see. Earrings close tightly, but one back may need a repair, the screw part is loose. Would be great converted to posts. Hook closure on the bracelet...
A well made brass or bronze large modernist pendant. Measures 3 1/2" from the top of the bale to the bottom and 2 1/2" across. Dark patina, interesting design. Unsigned. In the style of Pal Kepenyes. Would look great on a neckring!
A very cool handmade bracelet cuff made of brass in the style of Pal Kepenyes. Measures about 5 1/2" around with an opening of 1 1/2". Measures 2 1/4" wide. Nice work and design. Looks great on!
A vintage modernist sterling silver and ceramic ring. Marked with the anchor for Hans Myhre, 925S, Norway and Sterling. Measures about a size seven, but can be adjusted. Center section measures 7/8" across. Wonderful condition, looks great on. Mid Century.
A Fine Etching from the Early Texas Artist, Clara Caffrey Pancoast (1872-1959). Pancoast was a student of Jose Arpa and taught at the Art Colony in Alpine. Matt opening measures about 4 3/8" by 6 3/8", overall frame about 8 1/8" by 10 3/4".
A Fine Arts & Crafts Copper Silent Butler from the workshops of Dirk Van Erp in San Francisco. Applied decorative initials "E G W". Measures about 7 1/4" across, about 10 1/2" to end of handle. Very good condition, with some verdigris near the loop handle. Signed on bottom as shown. Nice example.
A great vintage studio sterling silver modernist brooch with a purple cabochon. Two layers of heavy sterling. Measures 1 3/8" across and 1 1/2" tall. Has a rollover clasp that holds tightly. Very nice condition. Well made, warm patina.
A vintage modernist silver brooch in a classic mid century design. Measures 1 7/8" across and 1 3/4" down. Early 'c' clasp. Looks hand made. Very nice condition, we will let the new owner decide how much to polish. Unmarked.
A Fine Watercolor by the Early Texas Artist, Stella Elmendorf Tylor (1885-1980). Born in San Antonio, Tylor graduated from the College of Industrial Arts in Denton in 1910, after which she went on to New York and studied with Robert Henri. After traveling to Europe, she returned to Texas after teaching in Canada. She then took a degree in Architecture and Design at the University of Texas, Austin (1915). She taught in Wisconsin and Illinois, before finally returning to San Antonio...
A Hammered Copper Bowl signed by T. Preston in Stratford, Connecticut. Measures about 6" across and 3" high. Interesting patina and look.