the round beveled mirror within an adjustable steel frame raised on a rectilinear maplewood support; all over a steel base; good vintage condition with minor surface abrasions; minor loss of silver to orignal mirror with no chips or cracks
these stylish rhombus-form lamps made of clear crackle glass; excellent condition; designed by Paul Hanson Lighting Co. (est. 1920); the most collectible of Paul Hanson lamps are from the Hollywood Regency style and the Chinoiserie styles from the 1940's through 1960's using mid-century modern geometric lines in fine porcelains and crackle glass
the impressively large and heavy hot cast glass bowl with copper metal leaf adornment; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; George Bucquet and his small team of artisans use a process of pouring hot glass, thick and translucent, into hand-made molds; after up to eight days of cooling, each piece is hand painted using a metallic palette of gold, silver, and copper leaf. Bucquet has established a national reputation for his unique and striking cast glass bowls.