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San Francisco Panama Pacific Exposition of 1915 Souvenir Banner with Opening Day Button
4777
1915

the black banner with embroidered decals of the Palace of Varied Industries, flowers, and a seal; along with the opening day ribbon with button and pin;  good antique condition with minor wear to the edges; repair to ribbon;

The Panama–Pacific International Exposition was a world's fair held in San Francisco, California, from February 20 to December 4, 1915 to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal, but was widely seen as a way to showcase San Francisco's recovery from the 1906 earthquake

Height: 
19"
Width: 
39"
Depth: 
1"
$2,850
Available
A Large-scaled French Neoclassical Carved Limestone Gadrooned Urns
60498
modern

Each with rolled lip above a compressed lobed body all raised on a splayed base and square plinth; chips and weather surface

Diameter: 
21 3/4"
$3,200
Available
A Charming English Folk Art Carved Wooden Big Ben Clock
50116
1950's

of neogothic design with its pointed spire, clock faces and tall reticulated body; the body in good restored condition; clock not in working order 

Height: 
37"
Width: 
8.75"
Depth: 
8.75
$2,450
Available
Stunningly Large French 1950's Cofrac Art Verrier Crystal 'Splash' Bowl
4786
1950's

the hand-crafted asymmetrically-formed clear glass bowl with its radiating arms; labeled 'Made in France' with remnants of foil Cofrac Verrier label; acid etched signature to underside 'Cofrac, Art Verrier, France'; excellent vintage condition with no chips, cracks; very light scuffing to underside

Height: 
13"
Width: 
29"
Depth: 
8.5"
$1,500
Available
A Stunningly Large French 1950's Cofrac Art Verrier Crystal 'Splash' Bowl
4786
1950's

the hand-crafted asymmetrically-formed clear glass bowl with its radiating arms; labeled 'Made in France' with remnants of foil Cofrac Verrier label; acid etched signature to underside 'Cofrac, Art Verrier, France'; excellent vintage condition with no chips, cracks; very light scuffing to underside

Height: 
13"
Width: 
29"
Depth: 
8.5"
$1,500
Available
A Vibrant Murano Mid-century Yellow Bullicante Leaf-form Bowl
4780
1950's

of large scale with ruffled lip above an elliptical body with pinched mouth; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; minor wear to underside

Height: 
5"
Width: 
12.5"
Depth: 
9"
$1,650
Available
shapely italian neoclassical style carved carrara marble campagna urn
60495
late 19th century

with flared neck above a lobed body all raised on a square plinth; good antique condition with overall weathered  and chipped surface 

Height: 
24.5"
Diameter: 
19.5"
$2,800
Available
Kent Forrest Ipsen studio glass centerpiece bowl (American, 1933-2012) blue/green with purple and gold accents. etched signature to underside
4775
dated 1972

Kent Forrest Ipsen may be regarded as one of the pioneers of the Studio Glass movement in the United States. He formerly chaired the crafts department and founded the glass program at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Arts. His pieces are in the private collections at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, the Corning Museum of Glass and the Vatican Museum; etched signature 'Kent F. Ipsen '72'; excellent vintage condition

Height: 
2 3/4"
Diameter: 
17 3/4"
$2,200
Available
 dramatic 1960's iron and brass pinwheel sunburst nail sculpture signed by Ron Schmidt
4773
late 1960's

this explosive brutalist iron nail sculpture contrasting the cold black steel iron nails and the warm buffed-brass brazing combing artistic design, geometric form and the high quality of the braze; excellent vintage condition with no visible condition issues, signed by the artist

Depth: 
3.5"
Diameter: 
43"
$3,500
Available
well-executed pair of delft polychromed hand-painted covered jars signed by the artist P. Verhoeve
4767
1950's

each hand-painted urn adorned overall with an abundance of flowers and opposing song birds; excellent vintage condition with minor wear; one with small chip to underside

Height: 
17"
Diameter: 
8"
$2,250
Available

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