All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Architectural : Decorations : Pre 1980 item #922120 (stock #ha-660)
Included here are a pair of unique and impressive 30" tazzas crafted from rock crystal and featuring gilt bronze pedestals in the shape of neoclassical capitals. Each measures 30.25" tall and 8" across at the top (76.8 cm and 20.3 cm). They each weigh an estimated 90-120 lbs. Condition is excellent, with no chips or repairs and with no deep scratches.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #903426 (stock #ha-574)
Included here is a pair of old Chinese porcelain foo dogs (lions) in turquoise blue and aubergine flambe glaze. Each measures 16.25" tall, 7.5" wide and 5.5" deep. There are no hallmarks. Condition is very good. The only visible damage is a small chip from the claw of one lion. These items reside with our client on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York and may be seen by appointment
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : French : Revival : Pre 1920 item #903425 (stock #ha-573)
This lovely French Louis XV style vitrine in rosewood and mahogany dates from circa 1900 and features extensive bronze mounts and floral marquetry inlay. It measures approximately 72" tall, 28" wide and 16" deep. We have not yet removed any bronze mounts to inspect for hallmarks, and the maker is unknown. This item resides in our client's gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan ( New York City ) and may be seen by appointment.
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Included here is a matching pair of limited-edition (numbered and signed) Shogun torchere floor lamps, circa 2000, designed by Jean-Berenger de Nattes, founder of JBN Fabrics of Paris and JBN Design Group of Miami. They are crafted from stainless steel and feature stitched red leather panels and Japanese style textured paper shades and single candelabra bulbs. They are marked number six out of a limited edition of just eight. Each measures 60.5" tall and 16" wide/deep at the base...