A very nice pair of labeled Heywood-Wakefield vintage deck chairs, probably used on an ocean liner. Label design indicates 1930's or earlier. Each is 37" high by 61" long by 23" wide. Original finish, some sun spotting of the varnish otherwise very good condition.
Aladdin Mantle Lamp Company made this 28.5" tall lamp in 1951. It's in great shape. Thanks for looking.
great lamp is pictured in the book "19th Century Patterned
Art Glass Chamber Lamps", pages 168 & 169. It is all original with the exception that it has been electrified.
It is in beautiful condition with no breaks, chips or repairs. It measures 23" tall without the chimney x 11" wide and lights from both top and bottom.
Hand painted floral decorated green Tole Tray Table, reticulated design on the border gallery tray on fitted custom made wooden Stand, 22 1/4" high, 21 1/2" x 16" wide, Gallery tray rest on top of the fitted frame wooden stand. The condition is good, no major damage.
Aladdin Lamp Co. made this G17 table lamp in 1934. It's in great shape. Thanks for looking.
An attractive pair of vintage rustic oversized "his" and "hers" Adirondack garden chairs. Made of bent wood, probably hickory, artfully styled. "his" is46" high by 35" wide by 26" deep. "Hers" is 41" high by36.5" wide by 28" deep. Some wear from usage, otherwise very nice condition.
Four homemade chairs for children found in Chiapas, Mexico. The largest is 16 1/2" tall to the crest; the smallest is 13". Well made with wood pegs and mortise and tenons. Each has distinctive characteristics of the family in which it was made. Certainly sturdy enough to be used by children or interesting enough to be grouped as a sculptural tower. Made circa 1930's.
A vintage cast stone figural fountain with verdigris finish in the form of a satyr playing the pan pipes, American ca 1960.
Some damage to the original finish but still quite functional with considerable visual charm. 19" high by 12" wide by 10" deep.
Beautifully hand carved marble stone buddha head, this piece is a timeless. Perfect for an outdoor garden, or indoor decor, this solid marble stone buddha statue is one of a kind. 9" x 5". Shippable weight: apprx. 20 lbs.
Pair Italian wood wall bracket/shelf with green and gold Palm leaf design, 10 1/2" high, 13" wide in the back, 7" deep in the center, half moon shape top, in good condition.
A cast stone sundial with figural bronze plate, British ca 1920. Impressed Celtic style design on base and plinth, nicely weathered with accumulated moss. Plate is hand-forged and quite handsome. 38" high by 16.5" in diameter at top and 12" in diameter at the base. In very good condition.
Pair Black Iron Twisted Candle Holder on Wooden Base, 7" high, 3 1/2" round-wooden base, twisted the iron handle to adjust the height of candles, they are in good condition, marked on the handle.
Hand painted made in Portugal Ceramic bathroom bird head towel hanger and soap dish, all in one, 11" high, 6 1/2" wide, 4" deep. Oval shape well for soap above the bird as a hanger, hanging towel around bird's neck, very charming decorative bathroom fixture. It is in good condition.
Large carved wooden Bracket or Wall Shelf with Gold trimmed, 15 3/4" high, 14" wide and 8 1/2" deep-shaped top. The condition is good, some small dents but hardly noticeable. I have one(1) more available to make a pair, please inquire.
A rare wrought iron swing-seat for two in the strap metal design with a sunburst seat and elaborate scrolled rockers, American ca 1950. 36.5" high by 57" wide by 36" deep. In very good condition.
30" x 36" x 3"--Labeled H. Gill
A rare example of a mid-century rocker recliner in the Woodard Sculptura line. So rare that Woodard staffers came by my booth at High Point to see what they had never seen before. The rocker is made with the metal mesh typical of the Sculptura line and features an extendable foot rest and rocking mechanism. Original white paint. 41" high by 29" wide by 36" deep. In near mint condition.
Art Nouveau style carved and gilt wood floor easel having a carved and gilt crest and central slat with two position pegs to support artwork. (Distress to finish.)