All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Pottery : Pre 1920 item #963195 (stock #bp-215)
This vellum plaque was designed by Sallie Coyne and dates from 1917. Signed with the artist's monogram in the lower left corner, with Rookwood mark on rear. Excellent condition, with no losses or repairs. Coyne created plaques and vases for Rookwood from the 1890s through 1936, just a few years before her death. Dimensions: 7.4" H X 9.5" W X 1" D (18.9cm H X 24.1cm W X 2.5cm D).
This pair of vintage brass candlesticks are unsigned, and closely resemble the Alpha and Delta designs by Robert Jarvie. They have tulip forms on long stems with circular feet. This style of stem was found on the Alpha and Delta models, but the candle holders very closely resemble the Alpha model, while the base and lower portion of the stem resembles closely the Delta model. They retain their original lacquered surface and they would benefit from a gentle cleaning and polishing...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Pottery : Pre 1930 item #963176 (stock #bp-193)
This Art Deco period polychrome, crackle-glazed earthenware vase by Longwy is in excellent condition with no damages or repairs. Measures 13.25" tall and 7" wide (33.6 cm by 17.8 cm).
This vintage brass coffee or tea service, attributed to Salvador Teran, features turquoise and brown inlaid tiles. Tray measures 16.5" by 15" (41.9 by 38.1 cm) and the coffee/tea pot measures 8.5" tall (21.6 cm). Condition overall is very good. There are some dings and dents here and there. We have found no signature. A dealer in Los Angeles has the same set in different tile color on www.1stdibs.com for $1,650.
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 : 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.
This oak dining table dates from the early 20th century. It features a parquet design with ebony string inlay along the edges, and pedestal with hand-hammered metal base with metal florette motif. Metal is believed to brass or copper. Without leaves, table measures 71.25" long, 47" wide and 30" high. With two leaves (each 24" long) the table extends to 119.25" (9 feet 11.25 inches). Table has two pairs of turned legs that drop down to support the leaves. Leaves are not original...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Furnishings : Lighting : Lamps : Pre 1980 item #957062 (stock #levin-207)
Included here is a matching pair of lucite table lamps, circa 1970, by Van Teal. Each measures 31" high, 15" wide and 10" deep and each has their original lucite finial. Each are in fine working order. Condition of each is excellent. There are a few light scratches here and there. Etched signature reads " Van Teal ". Shipping point: Hudson NY.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Pre 1920 item #957060 (stock #levin-286)
Included here are four antique industrial steel pallets with their original wooden planks. They each measure 30" square and 8" high and have been stacked in our image to create a unique side table. Pairs may be stacked to create a cocktail or coffee table 16" in height. These items reside with our client near Hudson NY and may be seen in person by appointment.
Included here is a pair of ceramic table lamps from the 1950s or 1960s attributed to the Heifetz Lighting Company. Depicted are abstract male and female figures with yellow-green and speckled grey-black glazed finishes. Each measures 20" tall to the top of the socket. Ceramic figures alone measure 15" by 8.5" by 6". Each is in excellent condition, with no chips, scratches or repairs. Each is in fine working condition as well...
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.
This unique glass vase with diamond quilt pattern and coraline decoration is believed to date from the turn of the century, and is likely by Thomass Webb and Sons. It features ribbons of cased yellow, white and pale pink glass with a subtle diamond pattern, and crushed blue coraline with the appearance of sea grass. Condition is very good. There are no visible chips or cracks. Measures: 11.5 x 4.2 in. (29.2 x 10.7 cm).