All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1950 item #1080325 (stock #za-356)
This rare vintage shoe trunk by Goyard from the early to mid twentieth century is in very good condition. All hardware is original and it has been partially restored, including the replacement of the leather strap handle. We do not have the original key. Painted flag on the front has not been deciphered. Its red and yellow horizontal stripes are the colors of the Spanish national flag, but we cannot confirm the item is of Spanish origin. It was possibly the trunk of a three-star army general...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1940 item #1080311 (stock #za-271)
This large steamer trunk by Maison Goyard dates from the early twentieth century, and features a hanging wardrobe on its left side, and six canvas-lined drawers on the right. Metal lock in center is not original, but from the period of the trunk. It is split down the center and we do not have the key. Interior is in good condition. Blue tape has been applied to the canvas-lined drawers. G.S.D...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1980 item #957172 (stock #levin-292)
This mirror features soldered panels of chromed metal and copper, dates from the mid to late twentieth century. Condition is good. There are light scratches and modest dents and imperfections, consistent with age. It resides with our client near Hudson NY and may be seen in person by appointment. Designer is unknown. Measures 32 x 31.5 x 2 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1940 item #793539 (stock #hersch-063)
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This wonderful vintage giltwood mirror dates from the early twentieth or late nineteenth century and measures an impressive 48.5" by 26.5" by 2.5". Gilded decoration is in very good condition, but the ground is showing through in various spots, consistent with age. There are a couple cracks to the frame, but is structurally sound and not in need of repair. There are a couple small losses to flowers on the upper left and right corners, as seen in our images below...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1940 item #770844 (stock #rhapsody-f10)
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This vintage, rectangular walnut mirror dates from the height of the Art Deco period, circa 1920-1940, and features classical decorative bronze mounts at the corners and sides (including swags, rosettes and wreaths). Measures 49" high by 28 3/4" wide by approximately 1" deep. Veneer has small losses at each of the four corners on the edge.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1950 item #765226 (stock #rs-043)
This vintage mirror features a solid wooden frame with half-round and bevel molded frame covered in polished brass. Measures 24" wide, 36" high and 1.25" deep, and weighs an estimated 20-25 lbs. Brass is relatively clean, and frame is solid with no restoration or repairs required. There is some pitting here and there, and modest dents and nicks, all consistent with age. There are also signs of old soldering in the lower right and lower left corners on the top surface...
This unique Danish magazine stand, circa 1960, has side pockets that expand and collapse with the pull of the top handle. Designer is unknown. Measures 19.25" long, 21.5" high and 10.5" deep. Height increases to 23.5" with sides closed. Weighs an estimated 6-9 lbs. One brass let tip is missing. This item resides with our client on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City and may be seen by appointment.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Accessories : Mirrors : Pre 1970 item #762735 (stock #levin-216)
This fabulous vintage mirror features a three-dimensional lily pad motif crafted from copper and sheet metal, and very likely a work by Curtis Jere. Measures 31" wide, 20.5" high and 4.5" deep and weighs an estimated 15 lbs. May be hung horizontally or vertically. Signed with the initials " DT " or " DF " in the center of one pad in upper right corner...