This nineteenth century tilt-top center or dining table in the Georgian style measures 30.5" across and 28.5" high. It has a lovely old patina and is structurally sound with no need for repair or restoration. There is an old repair to one leg. Bird's nest and other hardware is original. This item resides in our client's shop in Westchester County NY and may be seen in person by appointment.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1910 item #958778 (stock #jz-062)
This fabulous sterling silver basket by Kerr & Co. dates from 1905 and measures an impressive 14.5" long, 6" high (12.5" with handle upright), and 9" deep. Its outer frame houses a basket which is dedicated with the years 1855 and 1905 and a three-letter monogram which has not deciphered. Condition is excellent, with no repairs, deep dents or significant scratches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Pre 1940 item #1063223 (stock #za-574)
This pair of wonderful Art Deco period figurines were designed by Hungarian-born artist, Geza Arpad de Vegh (1905-1989), for the Phoenix Pottery company in the 1930s. Depicted are a male shepherd with pipe, and female with sicle and sheaf of grain. Each carries the Phoenix hallmark on the underside, and each are in excellent condition, with no visible cracks or losses. These earthenware figurines are partially glazed in glossy white...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : Italian : Murano : Pre 1940 item #1020362 (stock #za-070)
This pair of very rare glass candlesticks in the shape of cactus trees have been attributed to Venini in the 1930s, were likely designed by Napoleone Martinuzzi. They measure 10.75" ( cm) and 10.25" ( cm) tall, and are in excellent condition, with losses and no visible cracks. There are no signatures. Dimensions: 10.75" H (27.3 cm).
This iridescent lava glass vase in violet by Charles Lotton dates from 1984 and is in excellent condition, with no visible cracks or losses.. Weighs 1.5 lbs. Measures 6.3 in (15.9 cm) tall and 5 in (12.7 cm) across.
This glass sculpture of an aquatic animal by Edris Eckhardt [1905-1998] dates from circa 1970. It is in its original condition and is one of a few works by this important figure in the American studio glass movement. Dimensions: 9" H X 6" W X 3" D (22.9cm H X 15.2cm W X 7.6cm D).
This lava glass vase by Charles Lotton dates from 1979 and is in excellent condition, with no visible cracks or losses. Weighs 1.0 lbs.) Measures 7.8 in (19.7 cm) tall and 3.5 in (8.9 cm) across.
This large fan-shaped glass vase, attributed to Ercole Barovier of Murano Italy, circa 1950s, was hand-blown and features vertical ribs with internal gold leaf and spiraling amethyst cane in the zebrati technique. It is unsigned and in excellent condition, with no visible cracks and no deep scratches. This is among the largest zebrati pieces by Barovier that we have ever seen. Measures: 14.9" H X 14.0" W X 5.8" D; 37.8cm H X 35.6cm W X 14.6cm D. It weighs an estimated 10-14 lbs.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Lighting : Ceiling Fixtures : Pre 1920 item #763502 (stock #karner-026)
This art deco period chandelier in neoclassical empire style features five levels of cascading crystals. 200 total crystals with none missing. Lamp is wired for immediate use. Measures roughly 18" wide and 20" high. This item resides on the upper east side of Manhattan in New York city, and may be seen in person by appointment. Thanks for visiting. Please let us know if you have any questions or comments.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Lighting : Ceiling Fixtures : Pre 1920 item #763500 (stock #hersch-029)
This beautiful old bronze chandelier measures approximately 34" wide and 38"-40" high from bottom finial to upper ring. Center bottom frosted glass globe is original. Working condition. Three bulb shades feature ribbed glass with flower petal designs are not believed to be original to the lamp. Age is unknown, but we suspect it dates from the height of the Art Nouveau period, circa 1900-1920...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Retro : Pre 1970 item #1013033 (stock #za-145)
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Included here is a set of three (3), original-issue Panton chairs were made by Vitra for Herman Miller, circa 1967-1978. Each has its original stamped mark "Herman Miller Collection". Condition of each is good. Each has scratches and wear marks, consistent with age.
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This Coccio glass vase was designed by Alessandro Diaz de Santillana (1959- ) for Venini in 1984. It is in excellent condition, with no visible cracks, losses or deep scratches. The Coccio design was created when the artist was working in residence at Venini. His creations for Venini were featured in an exhibition in New York at the Heller Gallery entitled "Venini: The Spirit of the Moment". Dimensions: 7" H X 7" Dia (17.8cm H X 17.8cm Dia).
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Pre 1910 item #763534 (stock #levin-037)
This antique primitive country cupboard has a very old (likely original) dark brown finish. Measures 40.6" wide, 60.6" high and 15" deep. Single door with latch, bracket feet and four shelves. This item resides on the Upper West Side of Manhattan ( New York city ) and may be seen by appointment.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : Chinese Export : Pre 1900 item #761906 (stock #rs-015)
Included here is a pair of Chinese Qing period, circa 1900, blue and white porcelain vases made into table lamps. They each measure 25" high and feature elongated necks over tapering cylindrical bodies, decorated with fu dogs playing with spheres, cloud bands and stiff leaves. These items come from the collection of Roni Steinberg Sokoloff, and resided in her former 63-acre estate in Bedford New York known as Cantitoe Farms. The lamps were purchased by Ms...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1940 item #776154 (stock #jz-052)
This wonderful sculpture by Paul Milet for Sevres depicts a seated ibex and features a blood red glaze. It measures 24" long, 10.25" high and 6" deep, and weighs an estimated 4-7 lbs. Believed to date from the 1930s. Overall condition is very good. There is a small chip from the nose and a couple small chips from the edge of the base. Paul Jean Milet (1870-1950) was active from the mid 1890s through the 1940s, and was the son of Optat Felix Milet (1838-1922).
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Lighting : Ceiling Fixtures : Pre 1900 item #763536 (stock #rs-050)
This antique hexagonal lantern features its original painted finish and four candlesticks connected to a long brass stem with large brass ring at top. Its red color is enhanced with black edging and a cross-hatch pattern along the base. At the base of the top is a Gothic crocket pattern painted on the underside with pale green color. Believed to be made from sheet iron. Measures 26" high, 15" wide and 15" deep. Weighs an estimated 15-20 lbs. Ready for use...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Furniture : French : Art Deco : Pre 1950 item #763512 (stock #rhapsody-106)
This Art Deco solid mahogany table, circa 1930, features two flaps along the length of the table. Folded up they form a unique stacked table surface above rectangular shaped legs. Height is 25.75" with flaps up and 24.75" with flaps down. Measures 27.5" long, 19" wide with flaps up and 27.5" wide with flaps down. Original brass hinges are recessed so the flaps lay flat upon the table top. Lovely finish is in good condition, with no gouges, dents or deep scratches.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : Continental : Pre 1910 item #808270 (stock #levin-256)
This fabulous bentwood rocker was made by Jacob & Josef Kohn of Vienna, Austria, circa 1904. It features a seat back with geometric pierced decoration and measures 21" wide, 37" deep, and 41.5" high. The seat measures 18" deep, 17.5" wide and the seat height is 13" measured at the spine (toward the rear of the seat). Condition is excellent. The only known repair is to a clean break on the left-most vertical slat, roughly halfway up the seatback...