this charming tray centering inlaid sailboats flanked by a compass and compass rose; all hand-inlaid by master craftsmen; couroc began in 1948 in monterey, ca after developing phenolic resin used to make these trays; good condition with some fogging
perfect for jewelry or men's accessories this rectangular box with intricate 'tumbling block' inlay on the lid; with alternating walnut and ebony perimeter border; the interior fitted with removable compartmentalized tray; some wear to original velvet lining; excellent restored condition
perfect for mid-century decor or equally as fitting in a traditional setting; Per Lütken (1916-1998) was the unsurpassed master of Danish glass design and one of Holmegaard’s most advanced glass designers where he worked from 1942 until his death in 1998
each gracefully-shaped urn reminiscent of classical antiquity with graceful neck above a tapering body flanked by mask handles; all over a wooden base; good antique condition with overall patination; one base with minor fracture
each strikingly large porcelain vase hand-painted with richly-decorated gilt floral vines on a white ground; with honorific markings to underside; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; overall fine craquelure to glaze
manufactured by blenko glassworks as part of their experimental line these vases were never placed into production; with flared neck and ovoid body in a vibrant orange glass adorned with cobalt decoration; excellent condition.